Romano-British Hut Circle and Enclosing Bank and Ditch Immediately East of High Force Quarry
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County Council (Unitary)
Durham County Council
Forest and Frith
SJ880880 (388004, 529036)
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A Romano British hut circle and enclosing semi circular bank and ditch immediately east of High Force Quarry. The hut walls are formed by an earth and stone bank with a south east facing entrance. The hut circle forms part of a larger settlement mainly destroyed by quarrying activities in hte 1930s. A pair of quernstones were discovered on the site in 1937 and given to the Bowes Museum by Lord Barnard. Scheduled.
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