Tuesday, 15 July 2014

A Rural Idyll - Etsy Summer Finds

A Rural Idyll

Vintage Book Bundle - Clare De Lune - Les Oberle - Three Guineas - Virginia Woolf
Antique Wooden Sabots, Vintage Dutch Clogs
Twenty Packets of Heirloom Seeds - Free Shipping
You Make My Heart Skip a Beet Illustrated Card
Still life photography roses flower photography pink flower rustic farmhouse kitchen wall art wood country garden flowers  "Two Roses"
Vintage Scarf Graphic Folk Art Design, Brown,Mauve, Hearts, Long Valentines Day
Country cottage shabby chic rustic kitchen art cream white neutral earth tones interior spring - Farmhouse Window 8 x 10
Burgundy Wool Rosette Couture Burgundy Wine Red Wool Flower Hair Clip and Boot Clip Woodland Rustic Romance Brydferth Boot Clips
Gardening Fork Photographic Print - Garden fork at allotment
Hardwood & Horsehair Brushes
Woodland photography, tree photography, Wistman's Wood, Dartmoor landscape, mystical, magical, oak trees, nature, 12 x 8 fine art print
wooden spoons - antique farmhouse set of three - worn and distressed - food photography prop
End of summer, Landscape photography, Summer, Rustic Farmhouse, Harvest, french country home, farmhouse decor, Yellow decor, 5x7 (13x18cm)
Vintage Wooden Chair Spindles / Balusters
Bird Wedding  cake toppers in ivory white
Vintage Terra Cotta Garden Pots - Fine Art Photograph 5x7 - Home Decor Spring Summer Gardening- Featured on the FRONT PAGE

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Saturday, 12 July 2014

Dartmoor Archaeology - Grimspound

Researching various neolithic sites on Dartmoor. Looking for interesting sites for visitors, with aesthetically pleasing archaeological plans, with a view to using related map imagery as the basis for inlay designs.

Need location info, probable time frame of habitation / use, source of data.

24 hut circles enclosed within stone wall, or pound. English Heritage-owned. They consider it to be Late Bronze Age, others suggest it may be Middle Bronze Age. Situated on Grim's Lake Stream, next to Hookner Tor. Possibly used only during summer months by herders and their cattle. Very few domestic finds due to acid soil. Ash remains in hearths from ash, willow and oak sticks and peat. A few pottery shards, flint fragments and an arrow head.

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