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Nidderdale Enclosure Site - KG 3D Model
This Iron Age - Romano British enclosure site in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, England, is comprised of a series of connected curvilinear enclosures running down a NE facing slope. The model shows an area approximately 200 metres x 100 metres and a slope derived from approximate map contours, rather than on site control points.
In June 2017, the site was excavated as part of “Our Farm Heritage” work stream, under the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership scheme led by Nidderdale AONB and funded by the HLF: http://uppernidderdale.org.uk/historic-nidderdale/our-farm-heritage/ A total of three trenches were dug; the first across the smaller of two roundhouses, the second across a mound, and the third into a possible enclosure entrance. The excavations revealed multi-phased activity, with trench 1 ( roundhouse) returning radiocarbon dates from three different contexts between 160BC - 380AD.
Model created using 201 photos captured using a drone mounted Go Pro 3+ Black in May 2017.