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Hardings Down North Enclosure



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The north enclosure at Hardings Down is a subcircular defended enclosure, c.42m internal diameter, set on a N facing slope near the top of Hardings Down and defined by a bank and ditch. The entrance, to the NW, is approached from below by a trackway flanked by stony banks. There is a c.6.0m diameter house platform within.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
20th March 2012ce

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