|Place:||Lanivet||Grid Ref:||SX 393 6420 (GB)|
|County:||Cornwall (Kernow) , England||Saint(s):||none|
Thomas/1994, 251--253, states that the site is thought to be an early church site and has a `curvilinear enclosure-bank' and a`sixth-century memorial'. The site also has a `large and imposing granite church and several eleventh-century tall crosses'. The site has an early place-name, and is linked by Thomas to `Run', a figure mentioned in the `Cognacio Brychan'.