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Thesaurus Term/Concept: LINEAR EARTHWORK

Identifier 68890
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A substantial bank and ditch forming a major boundary between two adjacent landholdings. Most date from the late Bronze Age and Iron Age.

Broader Terms/Concepts (1)

Related Terms/Concepts (7)

Narrower Terms/Concepts (1)

Instances/Examples (18)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR4225 Cairnfield, Clough House, Bamford (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4055 Calver 'Cross Ridge Dyke', bivallate earthwork, Calver (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1328 Earthen dam, Dirtlow Farm, Ashford (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1495 Earthwork, Parsley Hay, Hartington Middle Quarter (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1332 Enclosure, north of Blore's Barn Farm, Ashford-in-the-Water (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2326 Grey Ditch, Bradwell (Scheduled Monument)
Monument Type MDR5423 Hazelbarrow Farm, linear earthworks (Monument)
Monument Type MDR6856 Hollow way, Wardlow Mires, Wardlow (Monument)
Monument Type MDR6833 Hollow-way, south-east of the Moon Inn, Stoney Middleton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2092 Linear Bank, High Field, Brushfield (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1399 Linear bank, Manor House, Sheldon (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2242 Linear Earthwork, Little Mam Tor, Castleton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1082 Linear Earthwork, north of Hanson Grange, Newton Grange (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1154 Linear Earthwork, west of Parwich church, Parwich (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4123 Longstone Edge Cross Ridge Dyke, Great Longstone (Monument)
Monument Type MDR5794 Possible house platforms and linear earthworks, West Hallam (Monument)
Monument Type MDR296 Possible Medieval building complex, King Sterndale (Monument)
Monument Type MDR3216 Two Bowl Barrows on Stand Low, Kniveton (Monument)