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Dartmoor Site: Raddick Hill Enclosed Settlement

Raddick Hill Enclosed Settlement

Database entries

PDW coverage: Dartmoor Walk: Sharpitor area Stone Rows and Cists
OS Map: SX 57636 71495
OS Source: Constructed
HER: MDV3748
Megalithic Portal: 36404
Alternate name: Raddick Hill
Short Name: ES:RaddickHill
DPD page: 26
Exist: Yes
Record: Unique
Record Source: PDW
Cairn Class: No
Lidar: SX 57636 71495
Nearest Bus Stop: Princetown Dartmoor Visitor Centre (2.5 km) [Route: 98,171,172]
Nearby sites: SX 57636 71495


"A Bronze Age enclosed hut circle settlement. The remains lie on a northerly hillslope and now comprise a D-shaped enclosure wall of boulders and stones containing about twelve hut circles. A small D-shaped enclosure is attached to the uphill south-east side. The northern part of the settlement has been effaced by a tinner's cliff, part of the Hart Tor Brook streamworks. This well preserved settlement now lies under low bilberry bushes."


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