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Site Site type
Aller BrookCist
Balma del MoroDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Barn Hill / Whitchurch DownCist
Biller's PoundAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Birch TorCairn(s)
Blakey TorCist
Boringdon CampHillfort
Butter Brook FordAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Butterdon HillCairn(s)
Butterdon Hill Chambered TombChambered Tomb
Buttern Hill Chambered Cairn.Chambered Cairn
Calveslake TorCairn(s)
Chagford CommonAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Chittaford DownCist
Coombebrook North EastCairn(s)
Cova del AlarbDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Crow TorCist
Cuckoo BallChambered Tomb
Dendles WasteCist
Ditsworthy Cairn CircleRing Cairn
Doe TorCist
Down Tor SouthCist
Dunnabridge PoundAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Eastern White Barrow.Cairn(s)
Emmets PostCairn(s)
Eylesbarrow South WestCist
Fernworthy Round House
Fox Tor MireCist
Glasscombe BallCairn(s)
Glasscombe CornerStone Row / Alignment
Glaze MeetCairn(s)
Goldsmith's Cross/Fox Tor MireCist
Great Gnat's HeadCairn(s)
Great Western ReaveAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Grims Lake MireCist
Gutter TorNatural Rock Feature
Gutter Tor cairnsCairn(s)
Gutter Tor CistCist
Gutter Tor settlementAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Hamel DownCairn(s)
Harford MoorCist
Harrowthorn Plantation NorthCairn(s)
Hen Tor North / Shavercombe BrookCairn(s)
Hingston Hill NorthCist
Holne MoorCist
Hurston RidgeAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Ingra TorCist
Joan Ford's NewtakeCist
Kes TorAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Kraps RingEnclosure
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Lubin the Cycling Antiquarian .Usually found wandering[wondering] on Dartmoor or on the nearby cycle trails.
Into music, photography, cycling, walking and travelling, Australia being my favourite place. Have recently visited the Languedoc/Roussillon area of France which has a large number of Dolmen. I can also recommend this area to anyone.
Favourite site . Drizzlecombe and the outlying area along the Plym valley for the number of different antiquities to be found there.Lake Mungo in Australia is my favourite foreign site. I have visited it a few times. Well worth a visit if one gets to that part of the world.

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