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26 August 2004
English Village and its prehistoric past

The Dartmoor village of Merrivale (England) features in a new booklet from the National Park Authority focussing on the most accessible archaeological site on the moor. 'Merrivale - An Archaeological Landscape' is a 28-page colour booklet produced with support from English Heritage which contains all manner of archaeological site information, including maps, drawings and historical facts. Merrivale is one of Dartmoor's best preserved archaeological landscapes and is renowned worldwide for its plethora of prehistoric remains.
     The booklet is available from Dartmoor National Park Authority information centres or by contacting the authority on 01822 890414.

Source: Tavistock Today (26 August 2004)

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