Dr Richard Bevins, of the National Museum of Wales, who helped to identify Carn
Goedog as the true source of the stones, said: "I don't expect to get Christmas cards from the archaeologists who have been excavating at the wrong place all these years.
Most people do the circuit clockwise, so first up is Carn
Ynddo mae'n dweud fel hyn am ddail Carn
yr Ebol: 'Maent yn adnabyddus i bob dyn, yn eu nerth o Ionawr hyd Fawrth, y maent yn rhagorol o dda rhag pesychu a chaethiwed, ond y dail wedi eu sychu sydd oreu i rai a fyddo yn pesychu ac yn poeri llawer, i'w cymmeryd megis tobacco a'u mygu; y maent yn dda hefyd rhag y peils, trwy eu berwi mewn dwfr a rhoddi cadachau poethion yn eu lle.
I am especially interested in the following farms: in the Nant Carn
Valley - Cnwc (Gnock), Pen-y-Pant, Rhyswg Fach and Pant Gwyn; in the Gwyddon Valley - Trwyn and Hafod Owen; and in the Medart/ Twmbarlwm areas - Darren farm, Cwm Byr Uchaf and Cwm Byr Isaf.
By X-raying dolerites from Stonehenge and comparing them with dolerites from Carn
Goedog, we know with some degree of certainty that's where the blue stones originated.
Ian Bell, 60, from Hertfordshire, was found by the mountain rescue team on Carn
Mor Dearg on Tuesday.
In July 2012 the authors excavated a trench on the southern flanks of Carn
Menyn, Mynachlog Ddu, to investigate evidence of stone quarrying and a dolerite-working area.
In 2011, Bevins' team pinpointed the source of another of type of Stonehenge's bluestones, called royalties, about two miles away from Carn
Goedog at Craig Rhosy Felin.
Braemar Mountain Rescue Team located five of the walkers, uninjured, on a hill near Carn
Tarsuinn at around 12.
The team were called out a third time to a climber on Carn
Mor Dearg but he did not need help.
The April 2012 edition of CARN
can be viewed on the Health Canada Web site at: www.
Draw ar gyrion Cors Bodeilio, roedd y gwydde bach yn amlwg iawn ar ganghennau'r helyg a blodau dail carn
yr ebol (Tussiolago farfara; coltsfoot) i'w gweld yn ymddangos islaw.