The stones that composed them looked now enormous, cracked and unhewn.
They were built of unhewn stone, but solid, and not inelegant.
The remains of a circle of unhewn stone were seen within its precincts, and near it was an ancient causeway.
Some of these were mere huts, built ruggedly of timber and unhewn stone.
The naked figure of suppliant Israel stands before an altar of unhewn stones, on which burns the sacrifice.
An unhewn stump of wood was the Dionysus idol of the rustic people.
Avebury appears to have been made up of a vast circle of unhewn stones enclosing two other separate double circles.
That is to say, it must be paved with unhewn logs, laid side by side across it.
At irregular distances are pointed out other unhewn pillars of the same kind.
It was built of unhewn stone, and had small windows and loop-holes.