Line of stones forming part of the northern side of a D-shaped enclosure. View from north (Scale 1m).
|Wales||Swansea||Rest of Wales||SS 42475 90502|
|Lat 51.59124215 Long -4.27546764|
Map showing the location of White Moor D-shaped enclosure.
Plan showing the line of stones (red) and the D-shaped enclosure on White Moor (Source: 1:200 survey by Sandy Gerrard).
|Type: D-shaped enclosure||Length: N/A|
|No. of stones: N/A||Size of stones: Small and medium|
|Orientation: N/A||Altitude: 67m|
|Upper end: –||Lower end: –|
|Straight (Yes or No) :||Sea View: Yes|
|Notes: These stones which have previously been identified as a stone row form part of the northern side of a D-shaped enclosure. The character and form of the enclosure suggests that it is likely to be prehistoric. There are further rubble banks in the vicinity which probably represent the remains of a broadly contemporary field system.|
|Public Access: Yes|
|Scheduled Ancient Monument: No|
Category: Not. This line of stones form the northern side of a probable prehistoric D-shaped enclosure.
Line of stones forming the northern side of a D-shaped enclosure. View from east (Scale 1m).
Northern side of the D-shaped enclosure. View from north west (Scale 1m).
The south eastern side of the enclosure. The rubble walling is clearly visible in the path and to the right of this the enclosure is formed by a distinct lynchet. View from south-east (Scale 1m).
View from south of the south eastern side of ther enclosure (Scale 1m).
VISITED:- 26th March 2019
FIRST PUBLISHED:- 13th February 2016
LAST UPDATED:- 28th March 2019