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MONUMENT NO. 439142

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A Bronze Age enclosed hut circle settlement, comprising a sub-circular enclosure and eight hut circles, which lies on the moderate west facing slope of Little Trowelsworthy Tor. The site was partly modified in the medieval period with the construction of a pilow mound; there are also post-medieval vermin traps associated with rabbit warrening activity. The site is part of the Upper Plym Valley historic landscape.

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