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Earthwork Collection (#8)

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Southorpe medieval settlement 28671_068

Southorpe medieval settlement 28671_068
Southorpe medieval settlement and cultivation remains, Lincolnshire, 2015. SK8995

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Willoughby DMV 28671_011

Willoughby DMV 28671_011
Willoughby deserted medieval village, Nottinghamshire, 2015. SK7863

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Hawton moated site 28670_033

Hawton moated site 28670_033
Hawton moated site and ridge and furrow earthworks, Nottinghamshire, 2015. SK7851

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Bole Hill 28658_052

Bole Hill 28658_052
Bowl barrow and lead mining, Bole Hill, Derbyshire, 2015. SK1075

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Mining, Staffordshire 28661_035

Mining, Staffordshire 28661_035
Mining, Staffordshire, 2015. SK0359

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Saxton Castle 28532_042

Saxton Castle 28532_042
Saxton Castle: a motte and bailey castle with a later medieval manor house and field system including a trackway and fishpond, North Yorkshire, 2014

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Melandra Castle 28490_024

Melandra Castle 28490_024
Melandra Castle Roman Fort, Derbyshire, 2013

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Burston 29183_027

Burston 29183_027
Burston Deserted Settlement, Buckinghamshire. The street pattern and building plots of the village are clearly visible. The residents are believed to have been evicted in 1488

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Windmill Hill, Avebury J860364

Windmill Hill, Avebury J860364
WINDMILL HILL, AVEBURY, Wiltshire. Reconstuction drawing of the Neolithic site by Judith DOBIE

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Uffington Castle 29701_028

Uffington Castle 29701_028
UFFINGTON CASTLE, Oxfordshire. Aerial view of the Iron Age hillfort

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Carn Euny Ancient Village N160026

Carn Euny Ancient Village N160026
CARN EUNY ANCIENT VILLAGE, Cornwall. General view of house A, viewed from the north west

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Cadbury Camp JEH_22046_038

Cadbury Camp JEH_22046_038
Cadbury Camp, Tickenham, Somerset. This Iron Age hillfort is thought by some to be the location of King Arthurs Camelot, although Cadbury Castle (South Cadbury) arguably has a stronger claim

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Iron Age man IC063_001

Iron Age man IC063_001
Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper depicting an Iron Age man standing beside a wooden palisade fence atop Liddington Castle Hillfort, Swindon

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Hallaton Castle 27445_003

Hallaton Castle 27445_003
Hallaton Castle, Leicestershire. Earthwork remains of a Norman motte and bailey accentuated by evening shadows

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Thornborough Henges 28175_020

Thornborough Henges 28175_020
Thornborough Henges, North Yorkshire. Three henges on the north bank of the River Ure, which form part of a wider ritual landscape including a cursus, mortuary enclosures and Bronze Age barrows

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Four barrows 27611_030

Four barrows 27611_030
Four Barrows, near Aldbourne, Wilts. Prehistoric round barrows. Photographed in February 2013. SU2477/27

Background imageEarthwork Collection: West Kennet 29570_019

West Kennet 29570_019
West Kennet Long Barrow, Avebury, Wiltshire. The neolithic burial mound surrounded by a field of yellow flowering crops. Aerial photograph taken in April 2015

Background imageEarthwork Collection: West Kennet Long Barrow J880279

West Kennet Long Barrow J880279
WEST KENNET LONG BARROW, AVEBURY, Wiltshire. Neolithic ceremony reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Bramber Castle N072005

Bramber Castle N072005
BRAMBER CASTLE, West Sussex. Aerial view

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Offas Dyke, Herefordshire N090410

Offas Dyke, Herefordshire N090410
OFFAs DYKE, Llanfair Hill, Herefordshire. General view, with sheep

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Richborough Roman Fort N070696

Richborough Roman Fort N070696
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Sandwich, Kent. Aerial view. Richborough, or Rutupiae was known to be a major naval base This shows the triple ditch defences of the early 3rd century fort surrounding

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Windmill Tump Long Barrow K040090

Windmill Tump Long Barrow K040090
WINDMILL TUMP LONG BARROW, Rodmorton, Gloucestershire. General view

Background imageEarthwork Collection: White Sheet Castle 24826_003

White Sheet Castle 24826_003
WHITE SHEET CASTLE, White Sheet Hill, near Mere, Wiltshire ST804346. Aerial view of the countryside. Iron Age hill fort with one rampart overlooking the escarpment

Background imageEarthwork Collection: West Kennet Long Barrow N071891

West Kennet Long Barrow N071891
WEST KENNET LONG BARROW, AVEBURY, Wiltshire. Aerial view showing the standing stones outside the entrance

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Cliffords Tower, York J970191

Cliffords Tower, York J970191
CLIFFORDs TOWER, York, North Yorkshire. Reconstruction drawing. Contemporary aerial view by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team). clifford

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Grimes Graves N070076

Grimes Graves N070076
GRIMES GRAVES, Norfolk. Neolithic flint mine. An aerial view of pock-marked landscape

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Memorial at Wye 33331_027

Memorial at Wye 33331_027
King Edward VII Coronation Memorial And Iron Age Ironstone Mining, Wye, Kent, 2017

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Moated site 33327_026

Moated site 33327_026
Medieval Moated Site And Adjacent Hythe, Lowden Farm, Kent, 2017

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Bossington Park 33233_043

Bossington Park 33233_043
Bossington Park Deserted Settlement Earthwork And Landscape Park, Hampshire, 2016

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Fovant Badges 33233_001

Fovant Badges 33233_001
Chiselbury Univallate Hill Fort and the Fovant Badges, Fovant Down, Wiltshire, 2016

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Fovant badges 29526_048

Fovant badges 29526_048
Fovant Badges and Chiselbury Camp Univallate Hillfort, Fovant Down, Wiltshire, 2015

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Fovant badges 29526_047

Fovant badges 29526_047
Fovant Badges and Chiselbury Camp Univallate Hillfort, Fovant Down, Wiltshire, 2015

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Fovant badges 29526_044

Fovant badges 29526_044
Fovant Badges and Chiselbury Camp Univallate Hillfort, Fovant Down, Wiltshire, 2015

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Fovant badges 29526_026

Fovant badges 29526_026
Fovant Badges and Chiselbury Camp Univallate Hillfort, Fovant Down, Wiltshire, 2015

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Torside Roman Fortlet 28490_013

Torside Roman Fortlet 28490_013
Roman Fortlet, Torside Reservoir, Derbyshire, 2013

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Badbury Rings EAW010546

Badbury Rings EAW010546
Badbury Rings and surrounding landscape from the north-east. Hillfort, East Dorset. 30th August 1947

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Habitancum 28796_008

Habitancum 28796_008
Habitancum Roman Fort, Risingham, Northumberland. Earthworks show the remains of the defensive ditches and the outlines of many of the buildings of the Roman fort

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Devils Humps DP097987

Devils Humps DP097987
Devils Humps, Kingly Vale Nature Reserve, near Stoughton, West Sussex. A group of prehistoric barrows surviving as substantial earthworks

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Iron Age ironworks, Exmoor 18335_12

Iron Age ironworks, Exmoor 18335_12
Iron Age/Roman iron smelting site, Sherracombe Ford, Devon. This iron processing site is late Iron Age or Roman, making it the earliest known iron works on Exmoor

Background imageEarthwork Collection: The Trundle 21025_07

The Trundle 21025_07
The Trundle, St Roches Hill, West Sussex. Inside the well-defined ramparts of an Iron Age hillfort lie the fainter remains of a Neolithic causewayed enclosure dating to perhaps 3700-3300 BC

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Cleeve Cloud JEH_22045_059

Cleeve Cloud JEH_22045_059
Cleeve Cloud, Southam, Gloucestershire. Iron Age bivallate hillfort situated at the south-western edge of Cleeve common. Photographed in October 1970 by Jim Hancock

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Stonea Camp 27422_009

Stonea Camp 27422_009
Stonea Camp, Cambridgeshire. Lying in the Fens near March, this is the lowest Iron Age hillfort in Britain. Detail of the earthwork remains of banks

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Stonea Camp 27422_005

Stonea Camp 27422_005
Stonea Camp, Cambridgeshire. Lying in the Fens near March, this is the lowest Iron Age hillfort in Britain. The earthwork remains of banks

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Stonea Camp 27422_001

Stonea Camp 27422_001
Stonea Camp, Cambridgeshire. Lying in the Fens near March, this is the lowest Iron Age hillfort in Britain. The earthwork remains of banks

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Field system 27617_005

Field system 27617_005
Burderop Down, Swindon. Earthwork remains of a sheep fold are superimposed over an earlier field system. Photographed in February 2013. SU1676/64

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Strip lynchets 27608_003

Strip lynchets 27608_003
Ridgeway Farm, Wiltshire. Strip lynchets. These are remnant terraces forming part of an ancient field system. Photographed in February 2013. SU2482/32

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Windmill Hill 27629_006

Windmill Hill 27629_006
Windmill Hill Causewayed Enclosure, Wiltshire. Photographed in April 2013. SU0871/113

Background imageEarthwork Collection: Ancient Earthworks 27873_021

Ancient Earthworks 27873_021
Braybrooke, Northamptonshire. Ancient earthworks cast long shadows. SP7684/67



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