A stone circle has been discovered on a farm in the north-east.
The stone circle was found near Leochel-Cushnie and had been unknown to archaeologists until now.
Recumbent stone circles were constructed around 3,500-4,500 years ago and are unique to the north-east of Scotland.
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Their defining feature is a large horizontal stone (the recumbent) flanked by two upright stones, usually situated between the south-east to south-west of the circle.
Adam Welfare from Historic Environment Scotland said: “In numbering 10 stones it fits the average, but its diameter is about three metres smaller than any known hitherto and it is unusual in that all the stones are proportionately small.”