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The Giant of Cerne and other Hill-figures

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Another Woodhenge has been found, just outside the City of Norwich. Like the first it was discovered from the air by Wing Commander Insall, v.c., who was flying over it, pin-pointing, on 18 June last. The discovery was accidental, in the sense that it was totally unexpected, and it is of the first order of importance.

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page 277 note * The Hill-figures of England, by SirPetrie Flinders, F.R.s., F.B.A. Published by the Royal Anthropological Institute [Occasional Papers, no. 7]. Pp. 16 and 9 plates of plans. London, 1926.(Price not stated, but ascertained to be 5s.).

page 278 note * See Air Survey and Archaeology, 2nd edition, 1928, p.6.

page 280 note * The six-sided frame surrounding the Giant is of quite modern date. The Giant is now the property of the National Trust.

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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
  • URL: /core/journals/antiquity
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