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parch marks revealing a prehistoric enclosure from the air

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Parch marks on aerial photograph showing an enclosure near Cheriton Fitzpaine Devon England UK. In this case it is likely to be a prehistoric enclosure dating from the bronze age or iron age.The image shows a double ditch arrangement with also a tangential line directing towards the entrance. At time of writing , I have no history to the site as it does not appear on either the OS map or the Historic England Map however I am told it is a known site since the 1980's and I will add any information when I find it.

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