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Earthwork of England Prehistoric Roman Saxon Danish Norman And Medival

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Earthwork of England Prehistoric Roman Saxon Danish Norman And Medival
A Hadrian Arthur Hadrian Allcroft
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A. J. And G. Hubbard, Neolithic Detvpimds (tnd CxUleways (1005). Twenty-five years earlier a similar view was advanced by Sir George Duckett in Wiltshire Arch, and Nat. Hid. Magazine, vol. Xviii. , p. 177 (1879), who went so far as to suggest that all the pits to be seen in the camps of Cissbury and Mt. Caburn were intended to hold water, and even thought that the ditches of British camps on the chalk might have been puddled to serve as reservoirs I Another writer (Mr. T. Shore) has advocated t...he pond-tlieory for the Hami)shire camps, Init witliout offering any proof of the anti(juity of the ponds now found ii^ many of those camps.
viii DEWPONDS . '209 Tlioy cite two or tlucc iiistaiiecs of raiiip. S in or near wliirli such ponds are fouiul, pointing out that the ponds may in some cases conceivably have some structural connection witli the camp, and that in otlier cases there are trackways leading from the camp to the pond. Upon this evidence — mainly drawn from existing facts at Ciss])ury, Chancton- hury, Maiden Castle, and Figshury Ring — has been based a theory which is held to solve the problem of a century, and to cover all and every camp to which the problem applies.


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