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Site Site type
AdstoneRound Barrow(s)
Al├ęsiaAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Altar StoneOath Stone
Amesbury Archer
Amesbury DownBarrow / Cairn Cemetery
Anstey BarrowRound Barrow(s)
Arberry HillHillfort
Arne Hill BarrowRound Barrow(s)
Ashbury EarthworkRound Barrow(s)
Ashdown Park SarsensNatural Rock Feature
Avalon MarshesAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Avenue stone with axe grinding marksCarving
Badgworthy Lees StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
Ballards Copse Long BarrowLong Barrow
Banner Down Long BarrowLong Barrow
Barleycroft Farm Alignments
BarrowhillRound Barrow(s)
Barton Copse BarrowsRound Barrow(s)
Barton Stacey BarrowsRound Barrow(s)
Battery HillLong Barrow
Beacon BarrowRound Barrow(s)
Beckhampton Penning Barrow CemeteryBarrow / Cairn Cemetery
Beckhampton Penning EnclosureEnclosure
Beckhampton Plantation Stone CircleStone Circle
Beckhampton Road EnclosuresEnclosure
Beech Wood BarrowsRound Barrow(s)
Bendels BarrowsRound Barrow(s)
Beverston StonesStanding Stones
BibracteAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Birstall enclosure settlementAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Black Ball Hill CairnCairn(s)
Black BarrowRound Barrow(s)
Black BarrowRound Barrow(s)
Black Hill and Hurley BeaconBarrow / Cairn Cemetery
Bolton's BarrowRound Barrow(s)
Boscombe Bowmen
Botley CopseLong Barrow
Bougon TumuliBarrow / Cairn Cemetery
Bow HengeHenge
Bowood Park MoundRound Barrow(s)
Box Sewage WorksRound Barrow(s)
Boxted Cross HengeHenge
Boxwell stoneStanding Stone / Menhir
Bracelet CaveCave / Rock Shelter
Brade WyllSacred Well
Braisty Woods StoneCup and Ring Marks / Rock Art
Bread HengeStone Circle
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Hail and Welcome

Chance was born in Ratae in the year of the Rat, and grew up in the territory of the Corieltauvi.

Now living days walk west of Wale-dich (Avebury), on the border between the Atrebates, the Durotriges and the Dobunni.

Practical experience of excavation on Neolithic, Bronze-age, Roman sites.

Interested in the various tribes, how they divided their land, their agricultural calendar, common beliefs and ritual systems.

Often attends the tribal meetings held at Avebury and Stonehenge.

Contact - Chippychance on UTube

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