Can't have a Moat without water. What is the evidence for water flow in the Ditch?
That is more pertinent to the "moat idea" than the possible existence of a Neolithic spring near Stonehenge.
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> It looks much more likely to be one of the many trackways in the area
>Note how it curves round respecting Amesbury 11 (Bronze Age bell
>) , which post dates the ditch .
You are quite
correct. Today that is a trackway and is labeled as such on
(insert) between pages 496 and 497 ("Stonehenge in its
Heritage, 1995,) and elsewhere. In fact, there is a
water tank located
precisely on that line (I've seen in an aerial photo.
Don't remember where
Could an ancient trench explain the location of the trackway?
The water tank?
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