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KING ARTHURS HALL

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King Arthur's Hall - a rectangular enclosure, surrounded by a bank, and the interior lined with stones. It lies on the north-west corner of Bodmin Moor near St Breward in an area called King Arthur's Down. Date and function are unknown, but it has been suggested to be a Neolithic mortuary enclosure, medieval animal pound, ritual gathering place and ancient reservoir.

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