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    the disc barrow It is 28 metres in diameter and has two circular mounds within it The central mound is seven metres in diameter and has a central hollow The second lies to the southwest of the centre and is six metres in diameter It has been described as the largest and finest barrow of its kind in Hampshire Barrows such as this were Bronze Age tombs where one or

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    Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Oakley Down Wimborne St Giles Dorset click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites An aerial view of a Bronze Age barrow cemetery on Oakley Down Barrows are mounds of earth or stone constructed over prehistoric tombs Copyright Copyright Crown copyright NMR Reference nmr 4503 29 Location Dorset Wimborne St Giles Date Taken March

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    by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A small early Bronze Age stone circle traditionally believed to depict nine ladies turned to stone as a penalty for dancing on Sunday It is part of a complex of prehistoric circles and standing stones on Stanton Moor There is also a single standing stone known as the King s Stone to the southwest of the circle This site

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    fold of hills between Hookney Tor and Hameldon at a height of 1500 ft on the eastern side of Dartmoor The enclosure comprises an earth and stone wall surrounding an area containing at least 24 stone hut circles The site has undergone reconstruction since it was first recorded in 1797 though not always accurately In 1894 16 of the hut circles were partly excavated and numerous structures and artefacts were uncovered These included porches paved floors hearths raised benches pottery anvil stones flints and cooking stones There was further restoration work in the 1960s under the direction of Lady Fox and in 1991 an RCHME Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England survey was carried out on the site The site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Find out more Add to My Favourites Ivan Lapper Source English Heritage Photo Library Grimspound Prehistoric Settlement nr Manaton Devon This is a reconstruction drawing of what Grimspound Prehistoric Settlement might have looked like Grimspound consists of the remains of a partly enclosed stone hut circle settlement and field system dating from the late Bronze Age It is situated in a fold of hills between Hookney Tor and Hameldon at a height of 1500 ft on the eastern side of Dartmoor The enclosure comprises an earth and stone wall surrounding an area containing at least 24 stone hut circles The site has undergone reconstruction since it was first recorded in 1797 though not always accurately In 1894 16 of the hut circles were partly excavated and numerous structures and artefacts were uncovered These included porches paved floors hearths raised benches pottery anvil stones flints and cooking stones There was further restoration work in the 1960s under the direction of Lady Fox and in 1991 an RCHME Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England survey was carried out on the site The site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Find out more Add to My Favourites Ivan Lapper Source English Heritage Photo Library Grimspound Prehistoric Settlement nr Manaton Devon Grimspound consists of the remains of a partly enclosed stone hut circle settlement and field system dating from the late Bronze Age It is situated in a fold of hills between Hookney Tor and Hameldon at a height of 1500 ft on the eastern side of Dartmoor The enclosure comprises an earth and stone wall surrounding an area containing at least 24 stone hut circles This is reconstruction drawing of what life inside the hut circles might have been like The site itself has undergone reconstruction since it was first recorded in 1797 though not always accurately In 1894 16 of the hut circles were partly excavated and numerous structures and artefacts were uncovered These included porches paved floors hearths raised benches pottery anvil stones flints and cooking stones There was further restoration work in the 1960s under the direction of Lady Fox and in 1991 an RCHME Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England survey

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    HE Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Maiden Castle Iron Age Hillfort near Dorchester Dorset click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This reconstruction drawing shows an aerial view of the hillfort as it might have looked during the Iron Age Copyright Paul Birkbeck Source English Heritage Photo Library Reference J870379 Location Dorset Dorchester Date

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    HE Archive HE Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Maiden Castle Iron Age Hillfort near Dorchester Dorset click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This reconstruction drawing shows what the Iron Age roundhouses within the hillfort might have looked like Copyright Paul Birkbeck Source English Heritage Photo Library Reference J870381 Location Dorset Dorchester Date Taken

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    Old Sarum during the Iron Age in c200 BC Old Sarum was an Iron Age Hillfort Hillforts were used as administrative centres cattlepounds and markets but also places of safety in which whole communities could take shelter during times of threat The site was then used by the Romans who called it Sorviodunum It was then used by the Anglo Saxons and Normans The Normans built both a castle and

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    entrance and gatehouse of the Iron Age hill fort might have looked Old Sarum was an Iron Age Hillfort Hillforts were used as administrative centres cattlepounds and markets but also places of safety in which whole communities could take shelter during times of threat The site was then used by the Romans who called it Sorviodunum It was then used by the Anglo Saxons and Normans The Normans built both

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