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Prehistoric settlement on the right bank of the West Dart River, north east of Rough Tor. The settlement two enclosures attached to each other at one point. The northern enclosure is the earliest and contains at least three stone hut circles. The southern enclosure walling links together t...

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Romano British sherds of 1st and 2nd century AD date were found along with briquetage. A Mesolithic core and a saw and other prehistoric scrapers were found.

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Polished stone axe found in 1949. Other implements incuding scrapers and chippings have been found.

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Later prehistoric flints found in the 1950s include the following: flint scrapers found in some numbers by JP Robinson circa 1952-4; 9 flint scrapers, the blade of a flint axe, a flint knife, found by Robinson in 1956 (all in Scarborough Museum, accession numbers 284.56-288.56, 282.56, 404...

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Mesolithic flints comprising of two picks, two scrapers and about six others implements were found at Littlebredy.

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Roman potsherds, plus a number of prehistoric flint implements including axe fragments, arrowheads and scrapers, were found prior to 1931 in the second field south from Browns Folly.

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Romano-British buiding debris, including roofing tiles and three fragments of wall plaster, and pottery was found in 1962. A flint thumb-nail scraper was also discovered. No further evidence for a building was found during subsequent fieldwork.

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Mesolithic implements including tranchet axe, five cores, seven blades and flakes and one other flint were found at Hallards Fen, north of High Town Drove. One tranchet axe, one other axe, one flake, one scraper and one microlith were also found at Hightown Drove.

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A flint core and three scrapers have been recovered from this location.

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A Mesolithic scraper was found at Longley Moor, Bolventor.