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Re: stones and mounds
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Quote "The Mary current crossed a short way up and we poked our waythrough some trees to see a quite remarkable sight.Standing in a field was a peculiarly shaped mound,a starting pointed earthwork over twenty feet high.It was like a great cone of earth that once had a flat circular terrace all round,now eroded.It lies in a field near the Roman road and marks the crossing of the Michael and Mary dragon lines leading deep into the Wiltshire country side. For this reason we assumed ancient providence,but later,it was discovered that a local man had built it during the Second World War "


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Posted by hamish
21st July 2006ce

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