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Druidical Judgement Seat



A Summary fro the NMR Monument Report

"An undated earthwork occupying the end of a spur, thus forming a roughly oval enclosure about 3/4 of an acre in extent. A shallow ditch crosses the neck of the spur and continues around the other sides. A causeway crosses the ditch on the northwestern side. Two caves and two large unworked blocks of stone are said to be associated with the enclosure, although the archaeological significance of the caves and stones, and their "association" with the enclosure, is obscure".

"The work has features in common with Castle Hill, Dufton, centred at NY 70172301; (also unclassified by RCHM, but apparently an enclosed RB settlement)".

"The earthwork had no internal remains, but it form and construction appear to place it in the broad context of domestic enclosures".
fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
3rd April 2004ce

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