Cheriton Ridge, North on Exmoor
Distribution of long triple rows composed of 10 or more small and/or medium sized stones
Apart from the solitary example in the Brecon Beacons all of the other examples of this stone row type are found on the other side of the Bristol Channel on Exmoor. The tradition of building stones rows using smallish stones is one that is found on both sides of the Bristol Channel and implies a shared and geographically restricted tradition.
Simplified plans of long triple rows composed of 10 or more small and/or medium sized stones
First Published: 20th November 2019
Last Updated: 21st November 2019