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Capler Camp



To add to Paulus's post about the mound, Mr Watkins obviously thought this part of a ley:
Motoring into Linton, Herefordshire, I found the road sighted through that church to May Hill in the distance. On the map this alignment lay on a stretch of ancient road called The Line, with a house on it called The Line House. Sighted backward, the alignment goes through the edge of Lynders Wood, on to a sighting mound standing at the end of Capler Camp, from which I had noted that May Hill was a prominent object. Not far away was a place called Lea Line. [..]

.. It is curious that sceptics accept that fact when the sighted line over points was made by the Roman race, but refuse to entertain any possibility of other races having preceded them in such work..
From Notes and Queries, p62, July 28, 1928.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
26th August 2007ce

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