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MONUMENT NO. 442623

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An agglomerated Bronze Age enclosure lying on a ridge between Bellever Tor and Lakehead Hill. It survives as at least ten irregular shaped areas each defined by boulder and rubble walling. Four stone hut circles survive within the enclosure and three of these are butted by enclosure walling. Sitting next to the north eastern side of the enclosure is a small cairn measuring 3.7 metres in diameter and standing up to 0.5 metres high. Scheduled.

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