A massive boulder where justice was dispensed. The authority of the local lords is expressed in a small number of place-names, mostly in the form of court or habitation mounds. It is place-name evidence that has enabled historians and archaeologists to fully appreciate the extent of court-hills in Scotland, otherwise the majority would have gone unrecorded. Two court mounds are recalled in Clach a’ Mhoid KRK (and the settlement name Clakavoid) and in the now lost name Cuthell KRK, from G comhdhail (court, meeting), on the lower slopes of Ben Gulabin KRK. These would have been places where the local lords would have exerted their authority by adjudicating in small criminal trials (not involving the four pleas of the Crown – murder, rape, treason, and robbery) and especially in local disputes over land and other rights.