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Final phase (July 2019) of an excavation near Darce, Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, England. The Iron-Age (Nidderdale) Community Archaeology Group started investigating the area in September 2018, after identifying a bank during previous surveys. As a result of this work, the team uncovered a small flagged platform, fallen upright stones and undefined walling structures. Nothing definitive was found in relation to dating or use, but finds included burnt stone, 4 small stone spheres, a cup marked rock and an occasional piece of iron slag.
This minimally cleaned model was created from 39 images captured using a Phantom 2 mounted GoPro 3+ Black on 16 July 2019. Shooting was difficult due to the central tree.