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LINBRIG

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Deserted Medieval Village surviving as a series of building foundations representing at least 16 structures. Part of one house was excavated in 1967, this indicated desertion by 1600. A rectangular stone structure has been interpreted as a corn drying kiln. In the southern corner of the village is a rectangular enclosure interpreted as a stock enclosure. Scheduled.

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