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<b>Cleveland</b>Posted by fitzcoraldoGerrick Moor © fitzcoraldo
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Airy Hill Farm Round Barrow(s)
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Black Howes Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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Brotton Howe Cairn(s)
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Cat Nab
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Cod Hill, Sleddale Round Barrow(s)
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Commondale Moor Round Barrow(s)
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1 site
Eston Nab Hillfort
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Freebrough Hill Sacred Hill
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Gerrick Moor Standing Stone / Menhir
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Gisborough Moor Round Barrow(s)
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Hanging Stone Natural Rock Feature
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Haw Rigg Barrows Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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Highcliff Nab Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
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Hob on the Hill Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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Lockwood Beck Farm Standing Stone / Menhir
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Mount Pleasant Round Barrow(s)
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Newton Under Roseberry Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
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Old Castle Hill Stone Row / Alignment
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Redcar Beach Submerged Forest Mesolithic site
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Robin Hood's Butts (Gerrick) Round Barrow(s)
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Sandy Lane Ancient Trackway
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Sandy Lane Standing Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
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Street House
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Three Howes (Guisborough Moor) Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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1 site
Upleatham Round Barrow(s)
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Upleatham Mesolithic site

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History and Antiquities of Cleveland, 1846


An early account by J. Walker Ord on the Antiquities of Cleveland as an on-line readable and as PDF downloadable Google-book.
rockartuk Posted by rockartuk
7th October 2009ce
Edited 7th October 2009ce

Historic Cleveland


A local history website which also includes the Great Ayton Community Archaeology Project
fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
25th September 2006ce

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Redcar Beach Submerged Forest (Mesolithic site) — Images (click to view fullsize)

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25th March 2018ce

Eston Nab (Hillfort) — Images

<b>Eston Nab</b>Posted by juamei juamei Posted by juamei
22nd March 2018ce

Eston Moor Carved Stone (Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art) — Fieldnotes

The front door closes...my new fiancee off to Barcelona with daughters for a girlie minibreak....right, where's the nearest archaeology to her place? Atop the Eston Hills, that's where. Pfft... I scuttled off, parked at Flatts Lane Country Park and made my laborious way up the slippery, icy and muddy path up the scarp towards the Nab and its hillfort. Boy, was the see for miles view over Teeside worth it. One hell of a panorama. The rock art was my prime aim, but I couldn't resist a detour to Mount Pleasant round barrow, with its view to Roseberry Topping en route. Retracing my steps to the scarp path I head for Carr Pond. I know from TMP that my goal is nearby, but, without GPS, finding it in two foot high heather was a swine. On the point of giving up after aligning myself with a photograph from four years previously and coursing to an fro I at last saw what I had come to see off to my right. Worth the hunt, close to two metres and plenty of cupmarks. A trig mark too, but so be it. Still well worth the effort. For those who may want to follow - have I really been the first since Fitzcorraldo fifteen years ago? - simply skirt round the eastern edge of Carr Pond. A reasonably clear path, not on OS, becomes visible. Follow it for about a hundred metres till you reach a patch of tall gorse on the paths right hand side. On your left there will be some nearby silver birch saplings. Leave the path and walk past them through the heather, aiming for a grassy patch beyond. The stone is 22 paces from the path. Simples. There are over thirty other examples of rock art lurking up here, apparently. Good luck. spencer Posted by spencer
13th February 2018ce
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