Drizzlecombe 1 on Dartmoor
Distribution of long combination rows composed of 10 or more different sized stones
A small number of stone rows do not fit comfortably into the single, double or triple classification because they consist of different elements within their length. It is possible that they represent the mutilated examples of stone rows, but it is much more likely that they were built with different numbers of rows. At Drizzlecombe 1 the use of a double row along part of the whole length looks deliberate, but one is left wondering why both major traditions were deployed at the same site.
Simplified plans of long combination rows composed of 10 or more different sized stones
FIRST PUBLISHED: 20th November 2019
LAST UPDATED: 21st November 2019