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MONUMENT NO. 442611

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A single hut circle on a gentle east facing slope on Lakehead Hill. It survives as a 4.4 metre diameter circular area surrounded by a 1.6 metre wide orthostatic wall standing up to 0.4 metres high. A south facing gap in the surrounding wall may represent a doorway. This building was part excavated by the Dartmoor Exploration Committee in 1896, and amongst the finds were charcoal, three flint flakes and Bronze Age pottery sherds. Scheduled.

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