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Yeoveny Causewayed Enclosure

Enclosure (Destroyed)

<b>Yeoveny Causewayed Enclosure</b>Posted by jimgoddardImage © Not known
Nearest Town:Egham (3km SSW)
OS Ref (GB):   TQ024726 / Sheet: 176
Latitude:51° 26' 33.3" N
Longitude:   0° 31' 35.18" W

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Bronze Age Stash Found in Surrey


A treasure hoard dating back to the late Bronze Age has been unearthed in Mickleham.

The ancient stash, which includes two axe heads and the end of a sword scabbard, was discovered at Norbury Park on December 9 2003, but only came to light at an inquest last week... continues...
Jane Posted by Jane
6th May 2004ce
Edited 17th February 2006ce

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<b>Yeoveny Causewayed Enclosure</b>Posted by jimgoddard

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~Ok this is a slight lie. This major centre of Neolithic ritual / settlement activity isn't here any more. It had two concentric rings about 20m apart and was 180m in diameter. I include it because of its current guise - Junction 13 on the M25 at Staines, a curious circular echo of its former self. Kind of depressing but strangely interesting. it makes me think of lovely Mayburgh henge and its narrow escape from the motorway there.

This article, if you can find it, will no doubt have all the details:

Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society
Roberston-Mackay, R. The Neolithic Causewayed Enclosure at Staines, Surrey: Excavations 1961-63. 53, 1987 Page(s)23-128
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
25th April 2002ce
Edited 18th March 2008ce

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Neolithic Causewayed Camp


A page from the Old Stones of Staines site, on the Yeoveny causewayed camp.
Posted by jimgoddard
16th June 2002ce