Thesaurus Term/Concept: DOVECOTE

Identifier 68558
Class MONUMENT TYPE
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A building, or part of a building, used to house doves and pigeons, usually placed at a height above the ground, with openings and provision inside for roosting and breeding.

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Instances/Examples (13)

Context Record
Monument Type MDE20312 19th Century bank barn with horse engine house at Barton Town Farm (Building)
Monument Type MDE20315 19th Century farmbuildings at Whitefield Farm, Challacombe (Building)
Monument Type MSO10536 Barn and engine house, Leigh Barton Farm (Building)
Monument Type MDE21319 Birch Cottage and The Shippon at Town Farm (Building)
Monument Type MDE1029 Church House (later Hollowbrook Cottage), Martinhoe (Building)
Monument Type MEM22036 Dovecote at Barlynch Priory (Monument)
Monument Type MSO7798 Dovecote northeast of Leigh Barton Farm (Monument)
Monument Type MDE903 Dovecote, King's Nympton [outside Park boundary] (Monument)
Monument Type MEM23071 East Hill Farm (Building)
Monument Type MSO8017 Late medieval dovecote at Blackford Farm (Building)
Monument Type MSO9437 Medieval dovecote at Dunster Priory Farm (Building)
Monument Type MSO7709 Nettlecombe Park (Monument)
Monument Type MSO10764 Troytes Farm Cottage, Tivington (Building)