Stone Hut Circle Settlement in Clayton Wood on the South West Side of Iveson Drive
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County Council (Unitary)
Leeds North West
SE258258 (425789, 438595)
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An enclosed stone hut circle settlement in Clayton Wood. It consists of an irregular rubble-banked enclosure with a probable hut circle at its east corner, and with rubble and orthostatic field walls attached to it. The enclosure bank is 3 metres wide and 0.3 metres high and is made of sandstone rubble. The probable hut circle takes the form of a sub-circular hollow bounded on its south and east sides by a slight stony bank. Substantial remains of prehistoric field walls are attached to the north and east sides of the enclosure. These are formed of rubble, 3 metres wide, faced on both sides with orthostats. Scheduled.
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