Beardown Man is a Bronze Age menhir near Devil’s Tor and the Cowsic River in Devon, England.
The 3.5 m high menhir, which has broken out at the lower end, consists of granite and was erected more than 4000 years ago. The name Man comes from the Celtic Maen (meaning: stone). Beardown refers to the Beardown Tors, hills in the heart of Dartmoor, a mountainous region in central Devon. The menhir stands about ten miles northeast of Tavistock. The closest places are Postbridge in the east and Two Bridges in the south.