Scheduled monuments in Mendip

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Mendip shown within Somerset and England

Mendip is a local government district of Somerset in England. The Mendip district covers a largely rural area of 285 square miles (738 km2)[1] ranging from the Mendip Hills through on to the Somerset Levels. It has a population of approximately 110,000.[1] The administrative centre of the district is Shepton Mallet but the largest town (with more than twice the population of Shepton Mallet) is Frome.[2][3]

A scheduled monument is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list (or "schedule") by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport; Historic England takes the leading role in identifying such sites. The legislation governing this is the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979. The term "monument" can apply to the whole range of archaeological sites, and they are not always visible above ground. Such sites have to have been deliberately constructed by human activity. They range from prehistoric standing stones and burial sites, through Roman remains and medieval structures such as castles and monasteries, to later structures such as industrial sites and buildings constructed for the World Wars or the Cold War.[4]

There are 234 scheduled monuments in Mendip. These include a large number of bowl and round barrows and other neolithic, Bronze and Iron Age tumuli such as the Priddy Circles and Priddy Nine Barrows and Ashen Hill Barrow Cemeteries.[5][6][7][8] There are also several Iron Age hill forts on the hill tops and lake villages on the lowlands such as Meare and Glastonbury Lake Villages.[9][10][11][12] The lake villages were often connected by timber trackways such as the Sweet Track. There are several Roman sites particularly around the Charterhouse Roman Town and lead mining.[13] Some later coal mining sites are also included in the list.

Two major religious sites in Mendip at Glastonbury Abbey and Wells Cathedral and their precincts and dispersed residences, tithe barns and The Abbot's Fish House, are included in the list.[14][15][16][17] Prehistoric defensive features such as Ponter's Ball Dyke were supplemented in the medieval period by motte-and-bailey castles such as Farleigh Hungerford, Nunney and Fenny Castle.[18][19][20][21] Commercial and industrial development is represented by the Old Iron Works at Mells and various market crosses.[22][23] The most recent site on the list is a World War II bombing decoy complex and anti-aircraft obstructions, which were built in 1940, on Black Down, the highest point of the Mendip Hills.[24] The monuments are listed below using the titles given in the Historic England data sheets.

Monuments

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The date given is the date used by Historic England as significant for the initial building or that of an important part in the structure's description.
  2. ^ Sometimes known as OSGB36, the grid reference is based on the British national grid reference system used by the Ordnance Survey.
  3. ^ The "List Entry Number" is a unique number assigned to each listed building and scheduled monument by Historic England.

References

  1. ^ a b Mendip District Council. A Portrait of Mendip [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  2. ^ Office for National Statistics. Shepton Mallet Parish [Retrieved 1 January 2014].
  3. ^ Office for National Statistics. Frome Parish [Retrieved 1 January 2014].
  4. ^ Natural England. Sites of Special Scientific Interest and historical monuments [Retrieved 25 April 2015].
  5. ^ Historic England. PRIDDY CIRCLES [Retrieved 15 April 2011].
  6. ^ a b c Historic England. Group of seven round barrows 380 m east of East Water Drove (Part of Priddy Nine Barrows Cemetery) [Retrieved 13 April 2014].
  7. ^ a b c Historic England. Ashen Hill barrow cemetery: a group of eight round barrows 500 m southeast of Harptree Lodge [Retrieved 13 April 2014].
  8. ^ a b c d Historic England. Pair of bowl barrows 405 m east of East Water Drove (Part of Priddy Nine Barrows Cemetery) [Retrieved 13 April 2014].
  9. ^ a b Historic England. Glastonbury Lake Village [Retrieved 16 March 2011].
  10. ^ a b Glastonbury Lake Village [Retrieved 18 November 2007].
  11. ^ a b Somerset County Council. Iron-age settlement (Meare West), Meare [Retrieved 10 February 2011].
  12. ^ Somerset County Council. Iron-age settlement (Meare East), Meare [Retrieved 10 February 2011].
  13. ^ The Mendip Lead Industry. The Roman West Country: Classical Culture and Celtic Society. 1976.
  14. ^ a b Historic England. The Bishop's Barn [Retrieved 4 March 2009].
  15. ^ a b Historic England. Former Tithe Barn in farmyard at Cumhill Farm [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  16. ^ a b Historic England. Abbey Tithe Barn, including attached wall to east [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  17. ^ a b Historic England. The Abbot's Fish House [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  18. ^ a b Historic England. Ponters Ball BALL [Retrieved 12 April 2011].
  19. ^ a b Historic England. Farleigh Hungerford Castle [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  20. ^ a b Somerset County Council. Nunney Castle [Retrieved 1 July 2011].
  21. ^ a b Historic England. Fenny Castle [Retrieved 13 May 2011].
  22. ^ a b Historic England. South West England [Retrieved 25 April 2015]; p. 183.
  23. ^ a b Historic England. Market cross in the market place [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  24. ^ a b Historic England. World War II bombing decoy complex, anti-aircraft obstructions and Beacon Batch round barrow cemetery on Black Down, Priddy / Cheddar — Mendip [Retrieved 14 October 2013].
  25. ^ Historic England. An area of the Romano-British linear village at Fosse Lane, Shepton Mallet [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  26. ^ English Nature. Wookey Hole [Retrieved 20 November 2008].
  27. ^ Somerset County Council. Prehistoric and Roman occupation, Hole Ground, Wookey Hole [Retrieved 9 December 2013].
  28. ^ Historic England. Badger Hole, Wookey [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  29. ^ Historic England. Barrow, 350 m east of Harptree Lodge [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  30. ^ Historic England. St Brigid's Chapel [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  31. ^ Historic England. Bell barrow south of Blackwell Tyning Plantation [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  32. ^ Historic England. Bishop's palace [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  33. ^ Historic England. Court Farmhouse [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  34. ^ Somerset: The complete guide. Wimborne, Dorset: Dovecote Press; 1994. ISBN 1-874336-27-X.
  35. ^ Historic England. Bishop Burnell's Great Hall [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  36. ^ Somerset: The complete guide. Wimborne, Dorset: Dovecote Press; 1994. ISBN 1-874336-26-1. p. 221.
  37. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200137 [Retrieved 25 January 2015].
  38. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 20 m northwest of Whitestown Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  39. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 70 m east of Barrow House Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  40. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 70 m northeast of King Down Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  41. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 70 m northwest of Hill View [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  42. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 70 m west of Rowberrow Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  43. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 90 m northeast of Hill View [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  44. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 100 m north east of Home Farm Cottage [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  45. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 120 m north west of Burnt Wood [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  46. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 130 m west of St Lawrence's Church [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  47. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 150 m north east of Victoria Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  48. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 150 m southwest of King Down Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  49. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 170 m south-east of Hunter's Lodge Inn [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  50. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 180 m southwest of Yoxter Farm [Retrieved 26 January 2015].
  51. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 180 m west of Ubley Warren Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  52. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 220 m south west of Ubley Hill Farmhouse [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  53. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 230 m north west of Hunter's Lodge Inn [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  54. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 250 m northeast of King Down Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  55. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 250 m north west of Victoria Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  56. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 250 m south east of Redhill Farm [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  57. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 250 m west of Starve Lark Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  58. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 260 m east of Templedown Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  59. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 280 m south east of Ubley Hill Farmhouse [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  60. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 300 m north of Hazel Manor [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  61. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 300 m north east of Whitnell Corner [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  62. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 300 m south west of Harptree Lodge [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  63. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 300 m southwest of Moor View [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  64. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 300 m west of Newlands Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  65. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 310 m southeast of Eastwater Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  66. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 320 m east of Lodmore Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  67. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 330 m north of Stoke Woods [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  68. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 340 m east of Templedown Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  69. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 340 m north-east of Wellington Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  70. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 350 m northeast of Cheddar Head Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  71. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 350 m northwest of Fernhill Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  72. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 350 m north west of Harptree Lodge [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  73. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 365 m south west of Ubley Warren Farm [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  74. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 370 m east of Ubley Hill Farmhouse [Retrieved 27 January 2015].
  75. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 380 m south east of Southfield Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  76. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 380 m south east of Beechbarrow [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  77. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 390 m northeast of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  78. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 390 m northwest of Fernhill Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  79. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 400 m north of Stoke Woods [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  80. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 400 m north-west of Starve Lark Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  81. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 400 m south of Rookham [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  82. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 400 m southwest of Moor View [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  83. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 410 m northeast of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  84. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 420 m east of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  85. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 420 m north of Stoke Woods [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  86. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 430 m north of Whitnell Corner [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  87. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 430 m north east of Stoke Woods [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  88. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 430 m northwest of King Down Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  89. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 430 m southwest of King Down Farm [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  90. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 435 m north west of Ivy Cottage [Retrieved 4 February 2015].
  91. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 450 m east of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  92. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 450 m north west of Harptree Lodge [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  93. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 450 m south-east of Red Quar Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  94. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 450 m southwest of Fernhill Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  95. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow, 455 m west of Brimble Pit Pool [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  96. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 460 m east of Charterhouse Warren Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  97. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 470 m south east of Southfield Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  98. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 490 m north west of Pen Hill Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  99. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 500 m north of East Water [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  100. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 510 m south east of Lodmore Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  101. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 520 m south-east of Red Quar Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  102. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow, 540 m west of Brimble Pit Pool [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  103. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 550 m south of Bristol Plain Farm: part of a linear round barrow cemetery [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  104. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 550 m southwest of Nordrach [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  105. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 550 m south east of Southfield Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  106. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 550 m south east of Brimble Pit Pool: one of a group of round barrows north and east of Foxhills Wood [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  107. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 570 m south east of Lodmore Farm [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  108. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 570 m south east of Southfield Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  109. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 570 m west of Newlands Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  110. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 590 m south-east of Charterhouse Warren Farm [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  111. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 600 m east of Priddy Hill Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  112. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 600 m north of Rookham Plantation [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  113. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 610 m northwest of Whitestown Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  114. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 650 m northeast of Higher Pitts Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  115. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 700 m south of Bristol Plain Farm: part of a linear round barrow cemetery [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  116. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 730 m southeast of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  117. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 750 m southwest of Dale Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  118. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 760 m southeast of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  119. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 770 m south of Townsend Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  120. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 800 m south of Townsend Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  121. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 810 m southeast of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  122. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 820 m south of Bristol Plain Farm: part of a linear round barrow cemetery [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  123. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 850 m south of Bristol Plain Farm: part of a linear round barrow cemetery [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  124. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 850 m south of Townsend Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  125. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 850 m southeast of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  126. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 870 m southwest of Charterhouse Warren Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  127. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 870 m southwest of Dale Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  128. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow 900 m south west of Bristol Plain Farm: part of a group of round barrows south and south west of Bristol Plain Farm [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  129. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow in the garden of Beechbarrow [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  130. ^ Historic England. Bowl barrow on Stock Hill: part of the Stock Hill round barrow cemetery [Retrieved 6 February 2015].
  131. ^ Historic England. Bracelet Cave [Retrieved 7 February 2015].
  132. ^ Historic England. Brown's Gatehouse [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  133. ^ Somerset: The complete guide. Wimborne, Dorset: Dovecote Press; 1994. ISBN 1-874336-26-1. p. 222.
  134. ^ Historic England. Brown's Gatehouse, Wells [Retrieved 13 January 2009].
  135. ^ Historic England. Brownes' Hole [Retrieved 7 February 2015].
  136. ^ Historic England. Orchard Leigh Stones [Retrieved 7 February 2015].
  137. ^ Historic England. Iscalis [Retrieved 7 February 2015].
  138. ^ Mendip Hills: An Archaeological Survey of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty [Retrieved 15 January 2011].
  139. ^ Historic England. Central of three duck decoys on Walton Moor, south of Lord Bath's Drove [Retrieved 7 February 2015].
  140. ^ British Geological Survey. Industrial archaeology — mine workings [Retrieved 5 February 2015].
  141. ^ The Somerset Landscape. London: Hodder and Stoughton; 1981. (The making of the English landscape). ISBN 0-340-20116-9. p. 58–59.
  142. ^ Major Romano-British Settlement Charterhouse on Mendip, Avon [archived 27 September 2006; Retrieved 28 October 2006].
  143. ^ Mendip from the air. Taunton: Somerset County Council; 2007. ISBN 978-0-86183-390-0.
  144. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200264 [Retrieved 7 February 2015].
  145. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 194703 [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  146. ^ Historic England. Rams Pits [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  147. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 202902 [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  148. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 202903 [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  149. ^ Historic England. Marston [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  150. ^ Historic England. MONUMENT NO. 199946 [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  151. ^ Historic England. Disc barrow 610 m northeast of Drove Cottage [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  152. ^ Historic England. Dovecote 220 m north of St Philip and St James's Church [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  153. ^ Historic England. Dovecote [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  154. ^ Historic England. Drying house at The Coach House, Willow Vale [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  155. ^ Historic England. Duck decoy 1 km south east of Manor Farm [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  156. ^ Historic England. Duck decoy, 590 m south west of Rice Farm [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  157. ^ Historic England. Duck decoy, 820 m SSW of Little Huckham Farm: the western of three decoys on Walton Moor [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  158. ^ Historic England. Duck decoy, 950 m south west of junction of Westhay Moor Drove and Lewis's Drove [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  159. ^ Historic England. Duck decoy east of Barrow Wood Lane [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  160. ^ Historic England. Duck decoy in Sharpham Park, 600 m south west of Avalon Farm [Retrieved 8 February 2015].
  161. ^ Historic England. Early Christian settlement and monastic site at Marchey Farm [Retrieved 9 February 2015].
  162. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200361 [Retrieved 9 February 2015].
  163. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200178 [Retrieved 9 February 2015].
  164. ^ Kightly, Charles. (2006) Farleigh Hungerford Castle. London: English Heritage. ISBN 1-85074-997-3.
  165. ^ Somerset County Council. Fenny Castle [Retrieved 13 May 2011].
  166. ^ Somerset County Council. Fenny Castle Cross, Castle [Retrieved 8 September 2014].
  167. ^ Historic England. Fenny Castle Cross: a medieval wayside cross 20 m north west of Castle Farm, Castle [Retrieved 9 February 2015].
  168. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197584 [Retrieved 2 March 2015].
  169. ^ a b Historic England. Monument No. 197592 [Retrieved 2 March 2015].
  170. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197587 [Retrieved 2 March 2015].
  171. ^ English Nature citation sheet; 2006 [Retrieved 25 July 2006].
  172. ^ Old Mendip. Newton Abbott: David and Charles; 1964. ISBN 0-7153-5171-0.
  173. ^ James Fussell. The Fussell ironworks at Wadbury, Wells [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  174. ^ Mark Adler. When Fussells had the edge. Mendip Times. December 2010;6(7):89.
  175. ^ Historic England. Glastonbury Abbey [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  176. ^ Glastonbury Myth and archaelogy. Stroud: Tempus; 2003. ISBN 978-0752425481.
  177. ^ Glastonbury Abbey: The Holy House at the Head of the Moors Adventurous. Guild Publishing; 1988. ISBN 0-85115-460-3.
  178. ^ A field guide to Somerset archeology. Wimborne: Dovecote Press; 1992. ISBN 978-0-946159-94-9. p. 69–70.
  179. ^ Somerset County Council. The Archaeology of South West England South West Archaeological Research Framework; 2007 [Retrieved 1 March 2015]; p. 133.
  180. ^ Glastonbury Antiquarians. Lake village [Retrieved 15 May 2015].
  181. ^ Britain's ancient sites destroyed by agriculture. The Guardian (London). 7 October 2005 [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  182. ^ Metallographic examination of Iron Age tools from Somerset. Historical Metallurgy. 1995 [Retrieved 15 May 2015];29(1):1–11.
  183. ^ BBC. Glastonbury Lake Village [Retrieved 15 May 2015].
  184. ^ Historic England. Glastonbury lake village, Godney — Mendip [archived 26 August 2014; Retrieved 14 October 2013].
  185. ^ Wet and Wonderful: The Heritage of the Avalon Marshes. Somerset County Council; 2006. ISBN 978-0861833801.
  186. ^ Historic England. Group of round barrows 750 m north west of Ivy Cottage [Retrieved 10 February 2015].
  187. ^ Historic England. Group of three bowl barrows and one long barrow 90 m northeast of Barrow House Farm [Retrieved 10 February 2015].
  188. ^ Historic England. Hales Castle [Retrieved 22 July 2011].
  189. ^ Megalithic Portal. Drove Cottage Henge [Retrieved 25 April 2015].
  190. ^ Somerset County Council. Henge 370 m NE of Drove Cottage, Hillgrove Road, Priddy [Retrieved 2 January 2011].
  191. ^ Somerset County Council. Hillfort at Fox Covert, Milton Clevedon [Retrieved 16 January 2011].
  192. ^ Fortified England. Fox Covert [Retrieved 16 January 2011].
  193. ^ Historic England. Hillfort at Fox Covert, 550 m north east of Lamyatt Lodge [Retrieved 10 February 2015].
  194. ^ Somerset County Council. Roddenbury Hillfort, Longleat Wood, Selwood [Retrieved 15 January 2011].
  195. ^ Historic England. Kingsdown Camp [Retrieved 24 March 2011].
  196. ^ Somerset County Council. Kingsdown Camp, Mells Down, Mells [Retrieved 24 March 2011].
  197. ^ Somerset County Council. King's Castle enclosures, iron age defended settlement, Wells; September 1985 [Retrieved 30 April 2014].
  198. ^ Historic England. Kings Castle [archived 29 April 2014; Retrieved 29 April 2014].
  199. ^ Somerset Wildlife Trust. King's Castle Wood Nature Reserve [Retrieved 29 April 2014].
  200. ^ Somerset County Council. An Archaeological Assessment of Wells; 2003 [archived 29 April 2014; Retrieved 29 April 2014]; p. 3–6.
  201. ^ Academia.edu. An Iron Age Hamlet at King's Castle [Retrieved 29 April 2014].
  202. ^ Somerset County Council. Iron-age settlement (Meare East), Meare [Retrieved 10 February 2011].
  203. ^ Making the Most of a Bad Situation? Glastonbury Abbey, Meare, and the Medieval Exploitation of Wetland Resources in the Somerset Levels. Medieval Archaeology. 2004;48:119. doi:10.1179/007660904225022816.
  204. ^ Studies of the Post-Glacial History of British Vegetation. XIII. The Meare Pool Region of the Somerset Levels. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 1955;239(662):161–190. doi:10.1098/rstb.1955.0008.
  205. ^ Iron Age Communities in Britain (4th Ed). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge; 2005. ISBN 0-415-34779-3. p. 266.
  206. ^ Historic England. Meare Lake Villages [Retrieved 10 February 2011].
  207. ^ Historic England. Lime Kiln Hill Quarry Cave [Retrieved 10 February 2015].
  208. ^ Historic England. Linear barrow cemetery comprising six bowl barrows 510 m south west of Townsend Farm [Retrieved 10 February 2015].
  209. ^ Historic England. New Ditch [Retrieved 15 April 2011].
  210. ^ Somerset County Council. New Ditch, Butleigh Wood, Butleigh [Retrieved 15 January 2011].
  211. ^ Historic England. Long barrow 180 m north of Lime House [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  212. ^ Historic England. Long barrow 230 m east of Chewton Plot [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  213. ^ Historic England. Long barrow 370 m south-south-east of Castle Farm [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  214. ^ Historic England. Long barrow and bowl barrow 430 m north west of the Mendip Nature Research Station [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  215. ^ Historic England. Long barrow 600 m east north east of Brimble Pit Pool [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  216. ^ Historic England. Long barrow, round barrow and cairn on Pen Hill [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  217. ^ Mendip from the air. Taunton: Somerset County Council; 2007. ISBN 978-0-86183-390-0.
  218. ^ Somerset County Council. Maesbury Castle Hillfort, Croscombe [Retrieved 30 December 2010].
  219. ^ Maesbury Castle, Somerset [PDF]. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society. 1959;8(3):172-178.
  220. ^ Historic England. Marston Moat [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  221. ^ Somerset County Council. Marston Moat [Retrieved 25 August 2011].
  222. ^ Historic England. Marston Moat [Retrieved 11 February 2015].
  223. ^ Historic England. Medieval and post-medieval coal mining remains in Harridge Wood and Edford Wood South [Retrieved 13 February 2015].
  224. ^ Historic England. Medieval coal mining remains immediately south of Benter Cross [Retrieved 13 February 2015].
  225. ^ Historic England. Medieval wayside cross at Bodden [Retrieved 13 February 2015].
  226. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 196819 [Retrieved 13 February 2015].
  227. ^ Historic England. Medieval standing cross 50 m west of St Peter's Church [Retrieved 30 April 2015].
  228. ^ Historic England. Village Cross to West of Church of St Peter [Retrieved 14 February 2015].
  229. ^ Historic England. Medieval standing cross 80 m south of St Mary's Church [Retrieved 14 February 2015].
  230. ^ Historic England. Monument No, 199945 [Retrieved 14 February 2015].
  231. ^ Historic England. Murty Bridge [Retrieved 14 February 2015].
  232. ^ Historic England. Outlook Cave [Retrieved 15 February 2015].
  233. ^ Historic England. Pair of bowl barrows 350 m NNE of Whitnell Corner [Retrieved 15 February 2015].
  234. ^ Historic England. Pair of bowl barrows 640 m south of Bristol Plain Farm: part of a linear round barrow cemetery [Retrieved 15 February 2015].
  235. ^ St Margaret's Chapel. St Margaret's Chapel [Retrieved 5 July 2010].
  236. ^ Historic England. Almshouses and Chapel of St Mary Magdalene's Hospital [Retrieved 5 July 2010].
  237. ^ Somerset County Council. Hospital of St Mary, Chapel and Men's Almshouses, Magdalene Street, Glastonbury [Retrieved 5 July 2010].
  238. ^ Icon John and the refuge from "The madding World".. Mendip Times. October 2010;6(5):65.
  239. ^ Historic England. Part of the Hospital of St Mary Magdalene, Magdalene Street [Retrieved 15 February 2015].
  240. ^ Earthwork of England: Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman and Mediæval. Nabu Press; 1908 [Retrieved 12 April 2011]. ISBN 978-1-178-13643-2. p. 496.
  241. ^ Megalithic Portal. Ponter's Ball Dyke; 10 December 2002 [Retrieved 12 April 2011].
  242. ^ Somerset County Council. Ponters Ball (linear earthwork), Havyatt [Retrieved 12 April 2011].
  243. ^ Mendip from the air. Taunton: Somerset County Council; 2007. ISBN 978-0-86183-390-0.
  244. ^ Historic England. Priddy Circle 2 [Retrieved 26 April 2011].
  245. ^ a b Historic England. Priddy Circle 1 [Retrieved 26 April 2011].
  246. ^ Historic England. Priddy Glebe Barrow: a bowl barrow 25 m north of St. Lawrence's Church [Retrieved 21 February 2015].
  247. ^ Historic England. Rhinoceros Hole, Wookey [Retrieved 21 February 2015].
  248. ^ Historic England. Rode Bridge [Retrieved 21 February 2015].
  249. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 194337 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  250. ^ A History of Somerset. Chichester: Phillimore & Co; 1983. ISBN 978-0-85033-461-6.
  251. ^ A field Guide to Somerset Archeology. Stanbridge: Dovecote press; 1992. ISBN 0-946159-94-7. p. 37-39.
  252. ^ Historic England. Roman building 270 m north east of Priddy church.
  253. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200162 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  254. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 199898 [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  255. ^ The Somerset Landscape. London: Hodder and Stoughton; 1981. (The making of the English landscape). ISBN 0-340-20116-9. p. 58–59.
  256. ^ Historic England. Charterhouse on Mendip Roman Mining Settlement [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  257. ^ Historic England. Romano-British settlement on Stoke Moor [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  258. ^ Historic England. Roman villa complex, 330 m south-west of St Algar's Farm [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  259. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 203149 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  260. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 193981 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  261. ^ Historic England. Round barrow cemetery 470 m and 400 m north of Pen Hill Farm.
  262. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197530 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  263. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200267 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  264. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 200259 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  265. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197603 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  266. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197504 [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  267. ^ Historic England. Rowberrow: a bowl barrow 40 m north of Hill View [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  268. ^ Historic England. Savory's Hole [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  269. ^ Historic England. Section of medieval road, south of Pomparles Bridge, north of Street [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  270. ^ Historic England. Section of medieval road, south of Pomparles Bridge, north of Street [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  271. ^ Historic England. Sections of the Sweet Track and Post Track, 240 m south west of Sunnyside Farm [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  272. ^ Historic England. Sections of the Sweet Track and Post Track, 250 m ESE of Station House [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  273. ^ Somerset County Council. Excavation (1904), Small Down Camp, Evercreech [Retrieved 1 January 2011].
  274. ^ Digital Digging. Small Down Camp Hillfort. [Retrieved 25 April 2015].
  275. ^ Historic England. Small Down Knoll camp [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  276. ^ Somerset County Council. Iron age promontory fort, Blackers Hill, Chilcompton [Retrieved 20 November 2010].
  277. ^ Somerset County Council. Geophysical Survey (1999), Blackers Hill fort, Chilcompton [Retrieved 21 March 2011].
  278. ^ Historic England. St Cuthbert's and Chewton lead mines and Fair Lady Well [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  279. ^ Historic England. St Michaels church tower, Tor Hill [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  280. ^ Historic England. St Michael's Church, monastic remains, and other settlement remains on Glastonbury Tor [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  281. ^ Historic England. Stow Barrow : a bowl barrow 700 m southwest of Haydon Grange Farm [Retrieved 22 February 2015].
  282. ^ Somerset County Council. Tedbury Camp, Elm [Retrieved 15 January 2011].
  283. ^ Historic England. Tedbury Camp [Retrieved 16 March 2011].
  284. ^ Abbey Tithe Barn, including attached wall to east [Retrieved 29 September 2007].
  285. ^ Historic England. The Abbot's Fish House and Fishponds [Retrieved 10 January 2015].
  286. ^ Historic England. Meare Fish House [Retrieved 11 January 2015].
  287. ^ Historic England. The Devil's Bed and Bolster long barrow [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  288. ^ Historic England. The easternmost of three duck decoys on Walton Moor [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  289. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 202971 [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  290. ^ Historic England. Tithe Barn in farmyard at Manor Farm [Retrieved 17 March 2008].
  291. ^ BBC. Michael Eavis talks [Retrieved 2 November 2008].
  292. ^ Glastonbury Festival. Pilton Tithe Barn; 29 April 2009 [Retrieved 25 April 2015].
  293. ^ Historic England. Former Tithe Barn in farmyard at Cumhill Farm [Retrieved 2 November 2008].
  294. ^ Historic England. The Tribunal [Retrieved 10 August 2013].
  295. ^ Historic England. The Tribunal [Retrieved 20 August 2008].
  296. ^ Historic England. Three bowl barrows at Green Ore, two 150 m south east and one 420 m south west of Newlands Farm [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  297. ^ Historic England. Three bowl barrows 400 m north west of Haydon Hut [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  298. ^ Historic England. Three bowl barrows in Big Plantation, 690 m south west of Beechbarrow [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  299. ^ Mendip from the air. Taunton: Somerset County Council; 2007. ISBN 978-0-86183-390-0.
  300. ^ Historic England. Priddy Circle 2 [Retrieved 26 April 2011].
  301. ^ Historic England. Timber trackway site, 700 m west of Honeygar Farm [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  302. ^ Historic England. Tinney's trackways, west of Sharpham Bridge [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  303. ^ Historic England. Two bell barrows and a bowl barrow 370 m east of Clover Farm: part of a group of round barrows west of Cranmore railway station [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  304. ^ Historic England. Two bowl barrows 350 m south of Brimble Pit Pool: part of a group of round barrows north and east of Foxhills Wood [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  305. ^ Historic England. Two bowl barrows 550 m south west of Haydon House [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  306. ^ Historic England. Two bowl barrows 850 m south east of Brimble Pit Pool: part of a group of round barrows north and east of Foxhills Wood [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  307. ^ Historic England. Two bowl barrows on Barren Down, 250 m north west of Princes Lodge [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  308. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197551 [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  309. ^ Historic England. Chewton Mendip 3A and 3B (Grinsell) [Retrieved 28 February 2015].
  310. ^ Historic England. Monument No. 197551 [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  311. ^ Historic England. Vobster Breach colliery, 890 m ENE of Tweed Farm [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  312. ^ Historic England. Wadbury Camp [Retrieved 14 May 2011].
  313. ^ Somerset County Council. Wadbury Hillfort, Wadbury [Retrieved 14 May 2011].
  314. ^ Historic England. Westbury Beacon, a bell barrow 720 m west of Brimble Pit Pool [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  315. ^ Historic England. Westbudy Camp [Retrieved 26 March 2011].
  316. ^ Somerset County Council. Westbury Camp hillfort, N of Stoke Woods, Rodney Stoke [Retrieved 16 January 2011].
  317. ^ Fortified England. Westbury Camp [Retrieved 16 January 2011].
  318. ^ Historic England. Westbury village cross [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  319. ^ Historic England. Monument No.202781 [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
  320. ^ Historic England. Witham Priory [Retrieved 1 March 2015].
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