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There is a series of books well worth looking at for the serious antiquarian who is going to visit Dartmoor and look for the many sites there.The books are by Jeremy Butler and are called Dartmoor atlas of Antiquities and come in five volumes.Volumes one to four are the main books dealing with, volume 1, The East. Volume 2 ,The North. Volume 3,The South west and volume 4 The South East.Volume 5 is an over all cover of The Second Millennium B.C. and also contains an index.
All the books contain maps and extensive text along with line drawings and the grid references to all the sites mentioned.
Lubin the Cycling Antiquarian .Usually found wandering[wondering] on Dartmoor or on the nearby cycle trails.
Into music, photography, cycling, walking and travelling, Australia being my favourite place. Have recently visited the Languedoc/Roussillon area of France which has a large number of Dolmen. I can also recommend this area to anyone.
Favourite site . Drizzlecombe and the outlying area along the Plym valley for the number of different antiquities to be found there.Lake Mungo in Australia is my favourite foreign site. I have visited it a few times. Well worth a visit if one gets to that part of the world.

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