Hengiform Monument 260m North West of Honeypot Cottage


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Causewayed Ring Ditch
Late Neolithic

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Lincolnshire County Council

District Council

West Lindsey District Council



Parliamentary Constituency


Grid Reference

SE995995 (499474, 387502)

WGS84 Coordinates

53.3747, -0.504584

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A small sub-circular enclosure is visible as a cropmark on air photographs. It comprises a single circular ditch with two entrance causeways on the east and west. The northern half is a fairly regular semi-circle, while the southern half is much more irregular. The two "entrances" effectively separate the northern curving cropmark from the southern half. Its maximum diameter is circa 22 metres. Harding and Lee list it as a probable henge, although it could be plausibly interpreted as a ring ditch, representing a ploughed-out round barrow. It has been scheduled as a hengiform monument. Air photographs suggest that it is partly overlain by a series of small enclosures of uncertain date and function. These are not scheduled.

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