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Sites in this group:

Addicombe Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
4 posts
Aish Ridge Stone Row / Alignment
2 posts
Aller Brook Cist
3 posts
Archerton, Newtake Ring Cairn
27 posts
Assycombe Hill Stone Row / Alignment
14 posts
Beardown Man Standing Stone / Menhir
33 posts
Bellever Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
8 posts
Bellever Tor West Cist
3 posts
Biller's Pound Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
13 posts
Birch Tor Cairn(s)
8 posts
Blackslade Down Cist
16 posts
Black Hill Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
11 posts
Black Hill Stone Row / Alignment
10 posts
Black Newtake Cairn circle
5 posts
Black Tor Rocking Stone
10 posts
Black Tor Stone Row / Alignment
7 posts
Blakey Tor Cist
2 posts
Blatchford Bottom 2 Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
18 posts
Bowerman's Nose Natural Rock Feature
22 posts
Brent Tor Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
1 post
Bridestowe Stone Circle Stone Circle
62 posts
Brisworthy Stone Circle Stone Circle
3 posts
Broad Down Cairn Cairn(s)
4 posts
Brockhill Foot West Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
2 posts
Brockhill Ford West Cairn(s)
1 post
Bude Farm Sticklepath Standing Stone / Menhir
22 posts
Burford Down Stone Row / Alignment
8 posts
Burford Down cairn and cist Cairn(s)
24 posts
Butterdon Stone Row / Alignment
20 posts
Butterdon Hill Cairn(s)
6 posts
Butterdon Hill cairn circle Cairn circle
7 posts
Butterdon Hill Chambered Tomb Chambered Tomb
4 posts
Butterdon Hill (north) cairn Round Cairn
2 posts
3 sites
Buttern Hill
6 posts
Butter Brook Ford Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
3 posts
Calveslake Tor Cairn(s)
5 posts
Cantrell Stone Row Stone Row / Alignment
4 posts
Cator Common North Cairn Cairn(s)
3 posts
Chagford Common Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
20 posts
Challacombe Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue
7 posts
Childe's Tomb Cist
10 posts
Chittaford Cairn and Cist Cist
11 posts
Chittaford Down Cist
1 post
Coffin Stone Natural Rock Feature
12 posts
Collard Tor Stone Row / Alignment
1 post
Conies Down Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue
2 posts
Coombebrook North East Cairn(s)
29 posts
Corndon Tor Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
2 posts
Corndon Tor Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
1 post
Corn Ridge Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
16 posts
Corringdon Ball Long Barrow Long Barrow
17 posts
Corringdon Ball Stone Row Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue
4 posts
Cosdon Beacon Cairn(s)
25 posts
Cosdon Hill Stone Row / Alignment
1 post
Cox Tor Cairn(s)
13 posts
Cranbrook Castle Hillfort
3 posts
Crow Tor Cist
12 posts
Cuckoo Ball Chambered Tomb
3 posts
Cuckoo Rock Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
15 posts
Cut Hill Stone Row / Alignment
2 posts
Dendles Waste Cist
8 posts
Devil's Gully Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
8 posts
Dewerstone Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
2 posts
Ditsworthy Cairn Circle Cairn circle
8 posts
Ditsworthy Warren Cist
2 posts
Doe Tor Cist
8 posts
Down Ridge Stone Circle
67 posts
Down Tor Stone Row / Alignment
3 posts
Down Tor South Cist
6 posts
Dunnabridge Pound Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
2 posts
The Dun Stone Natural Rock Feature
1 post
Eastern White Barrow Cairn(s)
15 posts
East Bovey Head Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
11 posts
East Hill Hillfort
2 posts
Emmets Post Cairn(s)
10 posts
Enclosure east of Down Tor Enclosure
5 posts
Erme Pound Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
18 posts
Eylesbarrow Cairn(s)
11 posts
Eylesbarrow South West Cist
59 posts
Fernworthy Stone Circle
13 posts
Fernworthy stone row (North) Stone Row / Alignment
8 posts
Fernworthy Stone Row (South) Stone Row / Alignment
9 posts
Foale's Arrishes Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
22 posts
Fordsland Ledge Cairn(s)
2 posts
Fox Tor Mire Cist
13 posts
Giant's Grave (Dartmoor) Long Barrow
5 posts
Glasscombe Ball Cairn(s)
1 post
Glasscombe Ball North Stone Row / Alignment
13 posts
Glasscombe Corner Stone Row / Alignment
4 posts
Glaze Meet Cairn(s)
4 posts
Great Gnat's Head Cairn(s)
2 posts
Great Western Reave Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
70 posts
The Greywethers Stone Circle
14 posts
Grim's Grave Ring Cairn
11 posts
Grims Lake Mire Cist
3 posts
Gripper's Hill Cairn(s)
2 posts
Gutter Tor Natural Rock Feature
6 posts
Gutter Tor cairns Cairn(s)
13 posts
Gutter Tor Cist Cist
3 posts
Gutter Tor settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
6 posts
Hamel Down Cairn(s)
6 posts
Harbourne Head Standing Stone / Menhir
3 posts
Harbourne Head cairns Cairn(s)
17 posts
Harford Moor Cist
2 posts
Harrowthorn Plantation North Cairn(s)
24 posts
Hart Tor Stone Row / Alignment
4 posts
Heap of Sinners Cairn(s)
2 posts
Heath Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
18 posts
Hembury Castle Hillfort
4 posts
Higher Hartor Tor Round Cairn
14 posts
High Willhays Cairn(s)
8 posts
Hillson's House Cairn(s)
3 posts
Hingston Hill North Cist
3 posts
Holne Moor Cist
2 posts
Holne Moor Triple Row Stone Row / Alignment
4 posts
Hook Lake Stone Row / Alignment
5 posts
Hook Lake Enclosure
5 posts
Horseyeatt Stone Row / Alignment
26 posts
Hound Tor Cist
2 posts
Hucken Tor Natural Rock Feature
10 posts
Hunter's Tor Hillfort
2 posts
Huntingdon Warren Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
3 posts
Hurston Ridge Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
20 posts
Hurston Ridge Stone Row / Alignment
2 posts
Ingra Tor Cist
4 posts
Joan Ford's Newtake Cist
7 posts
Kes Tor Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
9 posts
King's Barrow Round Barrow(s)
6 posts
Kraps Ring Enclosure
55 posts
Lakehead Hill Stone Row / Alignment
5 posts
Langstone Moor Cairn(s)
3 posts
Langstone Moor Enclosure
29 posts
Langstone Moor Stone Circle Stone Circle
13 posts
Langstone Moor Stone Row Stone Row / Alignment
11 posts
Laughter Tor Standing Stone / Menhir
2 posts
Leather Tor South Cist
2 posts
Leeden Tor South Cist
6 posts
Legis Tor Cist Cist
1 post
Littaford Tor Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
8 posts
Little Mis Tor Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
6 posts
Longstone Hill Cairn(s)
3 posts
Long Plantation Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art
2 posts
Mardle Valley Cairn(s)
1 post
3 sites
Mardon Down
15 posts
Meacombe Burial Chamber Burial Chamber
11 posts
Merrivale Bridge Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
55 posts
Merrivale Stone Circle Stone Circle
9 posts
Metherall Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
30 posts
Nine Stones Cairn(s)
2 posts
Outcombe Cist
7 posts
Oxenham Arms Standing Stone / Menhir
1 post
Pecked Circle Stone Circle
Peek Hill Cairn(s)
2 posts
Penn Beacon Cairn(s)
3 posts
Piles Hill Stone Row / Alignment
14 posts
Piles Hill Standing Stone / Menhir
10 posts
Piles Hill Cairn(s)
123 posts
The Plague Market At Merrivale Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue
10 posts
1 site
Plym Steps Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
17 posts
Prestonbury Castle Hillfort
1 post
Puggie Stone Natural Rock Feature
4 posts
Pupers Hill Cairn(s)
16 posts
Raddick Hill Cairn(s)
4 posts
Ranny Brook Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
5 posts
1 site
Riddon Ridge Round Cairn
Rider's Rings Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
49 posts
Ringmoor Cairn Circle and Stone Row Stone Row / Alignment
3 posts
Ringmoor Down cairns Cairn(s)
4 posts
Ringmoor Down Cist Cist
10 posts
Rippon Tor Cairn(s)
1 post
Roos Tor Northeast Cairn(s)
18 posts
1 site
Roundy Park Cairn(s)
9 posts
Round cairn east of Down Tor Cairn(s)
8 posts
Round Hill Cairn(s)
4 posts
Rowtor Bog Cairns Cairn(s)
3 sites
Royal Hill
5 sites
Saddlesborough
77 posts
Scorhill Stone Circle
12 posts
Shapley Common Platform Cairn
6 posts
Shapley Tor Cairn(s)
12 posts
Sharpitor Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue
9 posts
Sharpitor cairns Cairn(s)
7 posts
Sharp Tor Cairn(s)
1 post
Shaugh Moor Stone Row / Alignment
3 posts
Shell Top Cairn(s)
9 posts
Shell Top South West Enclosure
23 posts
Sherberton Stone Circle Stone Circle
3 posts
Shovel Down Stone Circle
54 posts
Shovel Down & The Long Stone Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue
3 posts
Sittaford Tor hut circles Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
1 post
Skir Hill Cairn(s)
7 posts
Snowdon Cairn(s)
2 posts
Sourton Tors Circle Stone Circle
37 posts
Soussons Common Cairn Circle Cairn circle
2 posts
Soussons Down Cairn(s)
1 post
Spanish Lake Cist
51 posts
The Spinsters' Rock Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
8 posts
Spurrell's Cross Stone Row Stone Row / Alignment
10 posts
Stalldown South-East Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
54 posts
1 site
Stalldown Stone Row Stone Row / Alignment
1 post
6 sites
Stall Moor
2 posts
Stannon Newtake Cist
3 posts
Stennen Hill Cist
2 posts
Swincombe Ford Newtake Cairn(s)
3 posts
Ter Hill Cist
13 posts
Thornworthy Down Cist
10 posts
Three Barrows Cairn(s)
4 posts
Tolmen Stone Holed Stone
7 posts
Top Tor Cairn(s)
1 site
Tory Brookhead Cairn(s)
5 sites
Trowlesworthy
1 post
Tunhill Rocks Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
25 posts
Vixen Tor Cist
3 posts
Watchet Hill Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
1 post
1 site
Water Hill Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
3 posts
Weatherdon Hill Cairn(s)
21 posts
Western Beacon Cairn(s)
4 posts
Western White Barrow Cairn(s)
2 posts
West Vitifer Cairn(s)
7 posts
Whitehorse Hill Cist
21 posts
White Hill Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
48 posts
White Moor Stone Circle Stone Circle
7 posts
White Tor East Cist
17 posts
White Tor Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
2 posts
White Tor Stone Row Stone Row / Alignment
9 posts
Whittenknowles Rocks Settlement Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
2 posts
Wigford Down Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
12 posts
Wigford Down Cairn(s)
2 posts
Willings Walls Reave Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
3 posts
Willings Wall Warren Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
4 posts
Wistman's Wood
11 posts
Wittaburrow Cairn(s)
21 posts
Yar Tor Stone Row / Alignment
6 posts
Yar Tor Hut Circle Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
9 posts
Yar Tor summit cairn Cairn(s)
3 posts
Yellowmeade Cist
63 posts
Yellowmead Multiple Stone Circle Stone Circle
5 posts
Yellowmead SE cairn Cairn(s)
28 posts
Yes Tor Cairn(s)
2 posts
Yes Tor Bottom Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Sites of disputed antiquity:
5 posts
Ringmoor Kerbed Cairn Kerbed Cairn
3 posts
Ryder's Hill Cairn(s)
4 posts
St Leonard's Well Sacred Well

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First stone circle for over a century is discovered on Dartmoor


THE first stone circle for more than a century has been discovered on Dartmoor.

The set – at least 4,000 years old – is the highest circle in southern England and the second-largest on Dartmoor.

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scubi63 Posted by scubi63
10th May 2015ce
Edited 10th May 2015ce

Brown bears 'roamed Dartmoor'

A fur pelt found in an ancient burial chamber suggests that bears once roamed Dartmoor, it has been claimed.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-29067027
scubi63 Posted by scubi63
8th September 2014ce

Megalithomania Dartmoor Tour - Wednesday 16th May


http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/tours.html

Dartmoor Stone Circles and Avenues with author Peter Knight: Wednesday 16th May 2012, 8am - 6pm... continues...
Megalithomania Posted by Megalithomania
4th May 2012ce
Edited 7th May 2012ce

Preservation group up for award


From Western Morning News Feb 26th 2011

Nomination for project to save cairns on moor

A project to improve the condition of prehistoric cairns on Dartmoor has been nominated for a national award... continues...
Mr Hamhead Posted by Mr Hamhead
27th February 2011ce

Festival of British Archaeology Events


Several events on and in the Dartmoor area as part of the continues...
Chance Posted by Chance
5th July 2010ce

Do Dartmoor's ancient stones have link to Stonehenge?


LITTERED across the hills of Dartmoor in Devon, southern England, around 80 rows and circles of stones stand sentinel in the wild landscape. Now, striking similarities between one of these monuments and Stonehenge, 180 kilometres to the east, suggest they may be the work of the same people... continues...
moss Posted by moss
14th April 2010ce
Edited 15th April 2010ce

Ancient settlement found on Dartmoor


When the water levels at a Devon reservoir were lowered it revealed an unexpected prehistoric surprise. A previously unrecorded complex was discovered in the mud at the bottom of Tottiford Reservoir near Hennock on Dartmoor. The complex, which is believed to be 4,000 years old, is made up of stone rows, burial cairns and a stone circle... continues...
Pilgrim Posted by Pilgrim
8th January 2010ce

'Atlantis' is Discovered in Devon


An ancient British inland Atlantis dating back millennia has been discovered on a remote moor.
The remains - including a mini-Stonehenge - were found when an old reservoir was drained in Dartmoor, Devon.

The find includes remains of ancient walled buildings, burial mounds and a stone circle 27m (89ft) across... continues...
moss Posted by moss
22nd October 2009ce

Unearthing bronze-age Dartmoor


The Guardian has gone absolutely mad on archaeology articles this morning........

A dig in Devon reveals how life was lived 3,500 years ago: from cookery to DIY

The nearest proper road is a couple of miles away. The toilet is an energetic yomp down a steep slope and through the conifers... continues...
moss Posted by moss
28th August 2009ce
Edited 28th August 2009ce

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Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks


Excellent website featuring lots of lovely lists to help get one far from the madding crowds upon Dartmoor.
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
1st April 2016ce

Dartmoor Preservation Association


Web site for the Dartmoor preservation association who own three areas of land within the Dartmoor National Park, which together include examples of most of Dartmoor's important features, landscapes and habitats.
Chance Posted by Chance
10th July 2010ce
Edited 10th July 2010ce

Dartmoor Archive


A cornucopia of photographs dating back 150 years, lots of photos of Ancient sites on Dartmoor taken before modern day destruction/erosion.
wickerman Posted by wickerman
9th February 2010ce
Edited 9th February 2010ce

Dartmoor Archive


Archive photos of Dartmoor.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
6th November 2006ce

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Black Hill (Barrow / Cairn Cemetery) — Miscellaneous

Black Hill was never high on my list of 'must visit soon' sites upon Dartmoor. In retrospect.. and with the unforgiving clarity of hindsight... that statement is rather odd, to say the least. But there you are. Seeing is believing, as they say. In fact it was the only the mention of 'stone row' - that genre of monument archetypal of these bleak, windswept uplands - upon the map that, eventually, brought me within striking distance. That old devil called Curiosity did the rest, bless it to bits. Never been much of a fan of the felis catus anyway.

Arguably the easiest approach to the summit plateau is from the minor road traversing Trendlebere Down to the north-east.. hey, from the stone row itself, perhaps? If so, a pair of cairns will be encountered upon the initial spur [detail from Field Investigators Comments F1 NVQ 19-APR-60]:

SX 76277895 - a 'tumulus' which "is a cairn 0.4 m. high, mutilated in the top."

SX 76297898 - "another cairn with a maximum height at the rim of 0.5m with a probable retaining stone in the west. The centre of the cairn has been dug out "

The summit of Black Hill lies some way to the approx south and is crowned by a further trio (count 'em) of substantial cairns:

SX 76157872 - "This is a cairn 0.6 m. high, mutilated by a hollow, 12.0 m. wide and 0.5 m. deep, in the top"

SX 76167862 - "A cairn, badly mutilated, particularly in the north west quadrant. It has an average height of 0.7 m."

SX 76217859 - "with a few retaining stones visible in the circumference"
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
17th February 2018ce

Eylesbarrow South West (Cist) — Miscellaneous

Hey, I liked it here.... a nice, if somewhat dishevelled monument located some way off the main track for a little privacy to chill out... and with expansive, sweeping views toward Yellowmead and north to Down Tor. According to Pastscape:

"...the stony mound is 5.9m in diameter and about 0.4m high with some kerb slabs and boulders in situ. The apparently off-centre cist measures 1.8m by 0.9m internally and 0.4m deep; one large, leaning slab, probably the displaced coverstone measures 1.1m by 0.8m." [Fletcher M 03-JUL-1999 English Heritage Field Investigation]

And apparently:

"An attempt was made to restore the cist shortly before 1929 ... Stone cutters were responsible (sic) for at least part of the damage as one of the loose slabs bears the marks of the masons' tools.... The structure may be one of those rare burial cairns covering two cists. Around the base of the mound a few stones remain of an outer ring." [Butler, J. 1994. Dartmoor Atlas of Antiquities: Vol. 3, p. 70 3 Page(s)70]
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
22nd January 2018ce

Ditsworthy Warren (Cist) — Miscellaneous

This is an excellent cist - although unfortunately without the cap stone - located to the north of, but as far as I can recall without a view of, the great Drizzlecombe Complex.

Now, given that travellers to the latter may well be tempted to push on to Langcombe Brook - and perhaps even the wondrous Grim's Grave? - I'd suggest, for what it's worth, leaving this beauty for a much more leisurely little horseshoe walk also taking in the Eylesbarrow South West cist at SX58696784?

According to Pastscape:

"A well preserved cist with two sidestones and two end stones.... Internally it measures 0.9m by 0.6m and a maximum 0.65m deep. It is oriented north-west/south-east and its top is 0.25m above g.s.l.;there is no trace of a coverstone. A vague stoney spread around the structure, some 4.0m in diameter, may represent vestiges of a cairn." [Fletcher M 13-AUG-1999 English Heritage Field Investigation]
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
22nd January 2018ce

Corndon Tor (Barrow / Cairn Cemetery) — Miscellaneous

Corndon Tor is an elongated north-south ridge rising to a summit at either end, that to the south - the higher at c1,453ft (443m) - crowned by a small granite tor girdled by the probable remains of a large cairn... a 'tor cairn' if you will. According to Pastscape [Newman, P 14-MAR-2008 EH Archaeological Field Investigation]:

"SX 6859 7415 - Stones Piled around the base of the outcrop may be remains of cairn which has been much disturbed...very spread and fragmentary The cairn overlies a reave which runs up to the tor.....Maximum diameter 27.2m."

A little to the north sits a massive round cairn:

"SX 6858 7422 - ...constructed from moorstone with a truncated cone profile and no turf cover. The top of the cairn has suffered some interference and is uneven and hollows have been dug into the south-east side fairly recently. Max height 2m and the cairn has a maximum diameter of 27.5m."

Some distance beyond two further massive round cairns surmount the northern summit. Hey, I defy any Citizen Cairn'd to resist the temptation to wander over to have a closer look. Again, according to Newman:

The eastern of the pair [SX 6867 7476] is "... over 2m high with a flattish top surface which has been badly disturbed by recent building of shelters... A reave, part of the Dartmeet system, touches the cairn tangentially on the west side but is not covered by it."

The western [SX 6857 7472] represents "A mound of loose stone over 2m high in places. Upper surface extensively disturbed and undulating cuased (sic) by interference, including recent shelter building."

So... unfortunately these great cairns appear to have suffered greatly at the hands of idiot criminals creating 'muppet shelters' out of the fabric for no defensible reason - let's face it, we are not exactly miles from the nearest road here - so vandalism it is, plain and simple. However my understanding is that conservation work has been undertaken (following Newman's observations) by the combined talents of the Dartmoor National Park Authority, the Dartmoor Preservation Association and English Heritage. So keep an eye out for the criminal element and send them packing. Well, if you really need to shelter from the elements upon Corndon Tor I'd suggest it's high time you stopped letting mummy dress you.
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
21st January 2018ce

Yar Tor summit cairn (Cairn(s)) — Miscellaneous

At c1,364ft the summit of Yar Tor is an excellent viewpoint, particularly looking approx south-westward to Dartmeet.... although it has to be said that the vista to the east across the stone row to the massive cairns gracing Corndon Tor is not without interest either.

Furthermore, the summit is crowned by a rather substantial cairn, albeit one that has clearly been rather buggered about with by all and sundry over the years. Damn them to blazes!

According to Pastscape:

"Standing up to 2.0m high this cairn stands on the southern outcrop of Yar Tor and comprises a large irregular stony mound now spread and much altered by recent interference. The cairn has a footprint of over 23m. The central area has been hollowed and re-modelled". [Newman, P 14-MAR-2008 EH Archaeological Field Investigation]
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
21st January 2018ce

The Plague Market At Merrivale (Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue) — Images (click to view fullsize)

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18th October 2017ce

Merrivale Stone Circle — Images

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18th October 2017ce
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