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Biddulph Moor - 'The Bridestones' : ink sketch

The Bridestones, the remains of a Neolithic chambered tomb, on Biddluph Moor.'T. P. W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Devil's Ring and Finger, Mucklestone

These two standing stones are probably Neolithic in origin, and may have formed part of a megalithic chambered tomb. They are no longer in their original position. They are both about 6 feet (1.8m) ...

Devil's Ring and Finger, Mucklestone

These two standing stones are probably Neolithic in origin, and may have formed part of a megalithic chambered tomb. They are no longer in their original position. They are both about 6 feet (1.8m) ...

Excavation of Queen's Low Barrow, Tixall, (1)

Queen's Low is a burial mound located near Lower Hanyards. The mound dates from the late Neolithic or early Bronze Age (2400 - 1500 BC), and is known as a 'bowl' barrow because of its shape.

Excavation of Queen's Low Barrow, Tixall, (2)

Queen's Low is a burial mound located near Lower Hanyards. The mound dates from the late Neolithic or early Bronze Age (2400 - 1500 BC), and is known as a 'bowl' barrow because of its shape.

Leigh - Archaeological Find: engraving

'A British Dart of Flint found near Leigh.' Anonymous.

Rocester - Ancient arrowhead: pencil drawing

Showing an ancient arrowhead, measuring 4 inches x 1 inch, and heavily barbed. Anonymous.

The Bridestones, near Rushton Spencer. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including an ancient stone landmark known as The Bridestones. The stones are the remains of a large Neolithic chambered tomb. They are situated at Bosley Cloud on the Staffordshire and ...

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