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MONUMENT NO. 438586

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A sub-circular enclosure with stony turf-covered walls on the plateau of Hingston Hill. The feature is visible as an enclosure of irregular form with straightish sides and rounded corners. Its overall diameter is 43.3m on average and its area is approximately 0.16 hectares. The walls are tumbled and spread but appear to have had an original width of 2.5m on average; the
construction comprises a double row of orthostats and boulder infilling now up to 0.8m high. The entrance, on the east, is demarcated on one side by a massive slab.

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