Site Event/Activity record EEM14550 - 2009: TS - Little Hangman
English Heritage Exeter Office
The Neolithic enclosure and other archaeological features were subject to analytical earthwork survey and photographic record by Hazel Riley of English Heritage on behalf of the National Trust and ENPA. Research was also undertaken to establish its chronological and cultural context. The enclosure shares characteristics with Neolithic tor enclosures and Cornish 'cliff castles'.
- <1> SEM8318 Unpublished document: Sinton, P, Riley, H. and Pullen, R.. 2009. Enclosure and platforms on Little Hangman hill, Combe Martin, Devon. 1:500.
- <2> SEM8317 Report: Riley, H.. 2016. Little Hangman and Challacombe Common, Exmoor National Park: Two possible earlier Neolithic enclosures on western Exmoor.
- <3> SEM7987 Digital archive: Historic England. Various. National Record of the Historic Environment (NRHE) entry. 1589825, Extant 27 October 2021.
|Location||Little Hangman, Combe Martin, Devon|
|Grid reference||Centred SS 5852 4806 (136m by 126m) Surveyed|
|Civil Parish||COMBE MARTIN, NORTH DEVON, DEVON|
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Record last edited
Oct 27 2021 2:59PM