Tottiford 1 Submerged (usually) Stone Row

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The grid reference for this double stone row was taken at the north end. Usually submerged, this fine stone row was first noted in 2009 and subsequently excavated in 2010 by Time Team. It is part of the special ceremonial landscape of Tottiford, with antiquities in the bottom of a valley.

The middle of the stone row is not above ground level but it is quite conspicuous.

Reference: The Stone Rows of Great Britain

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