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Gardom's Enclosure



When you think of neolithic enclosures, you often think about hardly evident earthworks in a long cultivated field. This one, however is massive in terms of its embankments of large boulders. Most of the southern end of the birch wood is enclosed and the enclosure extends accross the next two southerly fields. In the northern of these fields, the embankments have been cleared out of the field.

Dave 26th March 2004
daveyravey Posted by daveyravey
29th March 2004ce

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