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Carl Wark & Hathersage Moor

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Carl Wark & Hathersage Moor by stubob 04/04.
This overhanging rock, with a natural basin on it's top, is known a Caer's Chair.
Hayman Rooke visited Carl Wark in the 1780's and in true Rooke fashion thought the site to be "a holy place or court of justice" connected to the Druids.
He suggests the 'chair' as being "a seat of justice, where the principal Druid sat"
stubob Posted by stubob
26th May 2004ce
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