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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...

Roberts Law camp

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(NU 00530686) Trewhitt, Roberts Law. Site of an earthwork at Lat 55 21 20 N, Long 1 59 30 W. (1) To the north of the Hall (Trewhitt House) is the rising ground forming part of the Netherton Burn Foot farm, called Roberts Law. On it are the remains of an ancient camp. (2) At Roberts Law,...

CIST, CHATTON

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[NU 03142869] Stone coffin found about AD 1826. (1) Name centred NU 03172872. Cist found. (2) No further information. (3) At the crossroads a little to the west of Fowberry Tower is a forge, [Smithy shown on OS 2nd edition, 1899 at NU 03432932] and the blacksmith stated that some years...

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A Neolithic polished stone axe and a barbed flint arrowhead were found at Risby. They are both now in Moyses Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds.

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Three Neolithic polished stone axes and two Early Bronze Age low-flanged bronze axes found in 1976. One of the bronze axes was found in a different, adjacent field at circa TF172638.

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Bronze Age barbed and tanged arrowhead.

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Several burials were found in graves cut out of the chalk in digging the foundations of the Charity School, Margate, in 1791. Associated finds included coins of Probus, Maximian, Helena and Pupienus and a sword and scabbard. A small urn with ashes was found the following year in excavation...

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Site of chapel located in the 19th century when sculptured stone and bones were deiscovered. This is possibly the site of St Marys Chapel.

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A Roman altar 21 high was found at Elme and foundations of buildings indicating a possible temple site.

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Bronze Age spearhead found when erecting a pylon between Kibworth Beauchamp and Fleckney in 1939.