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The Cotswold Landscape Circle
The Cotswold Landscape Circle
Fig. 1 Showing the Cotswold Landscape Circle
Site Grid Reference Description
Chipping Camden Church 1550 3947 Dedicated to St James. Rebuilt in 1500 CE
Rollright Stones 2963 3087 Bronze Age circle site circa 2500 BCE
Bleddington Church 2451 2255 Dedicated to St. Leonard built circa 1150 CE
Wyck Rissington Church 1918 2151 Dedicated to St. Lawrence built 12th century
Neolithic Settlement 1697 2196  
Round Barrow 1305 2456  
Salter's Pool 1295 2462 Drover's pool
Round Barrow 1290 2592  
Cutsdean Hill 1047 3031 recumbent stone at top of hill
Barrow Group 1043 3115  
Centre 1999 3101 No evidence of any monument at centre

The Salt Way
The above map also shows an ancient salt way known as Buckle Street, that runs along a section of the circle for distance of about 10 kilometres or 6.25 miles. It was this striking feature that first drew attention to the existence of the circle.

St James Church St Leonard's Church St Lawrence Church
St James church St. Leonards church St. Lawrence ch. Rollright stones Rollright stones

© David Furlong 1998

Useful Links follow on articles giving more details of other landscape patterns.
Twin circles of the Marlborough Downs explores sacred patterns of Wiltshire
Marlborough Downs Sites a tour of the sites that make up the twin circle pattern
The Cotswold Circle an article on a similar sized circle that over-lights the Cotswold area
The Hidden Geometry of Avebury a look at the hidden geometry of Avebury
Silbury Hill and the Sanctuary an article on significance of Silbury Hill and the Sanctuary
The Keys to the Temple information on the book The Keys to the Temple by David Furlong

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The location of the Cotswold Circle

Cotswold circle
Fig. 1 The plan of the Cotswold Circle whose centre lies close to Moreton-in- Marsh
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Fig. 2 The position of the road Buckle Street which was also known as Salters' Way (shown in blue on the map)
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Fig 3. Alternative view of the circle in greyscale.(Click image to enlarge)/span>

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