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Neolithic systems of ditches, embankments and - sometimes - palisade structures represent the majority of the European causewayed enclosures. Enclosures consisting purely of palisades are quite an exception up to now, especially, if they are as monumental as the Hindwell site in Wales. What might well be interpreted as a single-ditch system from the air, turns out to be a "megadendric" structure of impressive dimensions, dating to the Later Neolithic.
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Gibson, Alex. 2012. “The Neolithic Palisaded Enclosure at Hindwell, Powys, Wales”. Journal of Neolithic Archaeology, March. https://doi.org/10.12766/jna.2000.72.