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MONUMENT NO. 439872 
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Hut circle on the lower eastern slopes of Roos Tor
MONUMENT NO. 439889 
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Fragments of unwrought flint, flakes and scrapers were found near the pre-historic village at the base of Rolles (Roos) Tor.
MONUMENT NO. 439907 
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Remains of a possible post Medieval tinner's hut, situated on sloping ground at the base of the dip between Cox Tor and Roos Tor. An archaeological fi...
MONUMENT NO. 439955 
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Bronze Age hut circle settlement.
MONUMENT NO. 918690 
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Hut circles on the NE slope of Roos Tor
MONUMENT NO. 919043 
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"Quarrymen's path". Paved footpath.
MONUMENT NO. 919145 
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Earthwork remains of post medieval tinworks situated on the west side of the saddle between Roos Tor and Great Staple Tor. An archaeological field sur...
MONUMENT NO. 1406369 
PETER TAVY
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Boundary markers surrounding the summit of Roos Tor.
MONUMENT NO. 1406387 
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Wheal Fortune leat. A leat, now dry and silted, which once conveyed water from the River Walkham to the waterwheels of Wheal Fortune Mine.
MONUMENT NO. 1406391 
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Possible tin working on the west slopes of the River Walkham, north east of Roos Tor
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