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Scheduled Monuments in Rutland

  1. Air photography site north east of village and site of Roman town
    Great Casterton
  2. Alstoe Moot and part of Alsthorpe deserted medieval village
    Burley
  3. Ashwell medieval settlement remains, watermill and gardens at Old Hall
    Ashwell
  4. Barnhill moated site at Hambleton
    Normanton
  5. Bridge over River Chater
    Manton
  6. Bronze Age enclosure
    Ridlington
  7. Butter Cross and stocks Photos
    Oakham
  8. Castle Hill motte and bailey, Beaumont Chase
    Uppingham
  9. Church Bridge
    Empingham
  10. Deserted medieval village on A6003, Snelston
    Caldecott
  11. Dovecot and arch, formerly lodge of Brooke House
    Brooke
  12. Dovecote 170m north east of the junction between Main Street and Exton Road
    Empingham
  13. Earthwork in Morcott Spinney
    North Luffenham
  14. Essendine Castle moated site Photos
    Essendine
  15. Exton Old Hall
    Exton and Horn
  16. Horn deserted medieval village and moated site
    Exton and Horn
  17. Lyddington Bedehouse: a medieval bishop's palace and post-medieval almshouse with moat, gardens, fis Photos
    Lyddington
  18. Manorial settlement, 127m north west of St Mary's Church
    Greetham
  19. Martinsthorpe deserted medieval village
    Manton
  20. Maze 220m south east of St Peter and St Paul's Church Photos
    Wing
  21. Moated site at North Luffenham
    North Luffenham
  22. Moated site with fishponds and enclosures at Empingham
    Empingham
  23. Moor Lane moated site, Whissendine
    Whissendine
  24. Oakham motte and bailey castle and medieval gardens Photos
    Oakham
  25. Standing cross on The Green, 130m north west of The Bede House
    Lyddington
  26. Village cross 50m south of Middle Farm
    Barrow
  27. Village cross at junction of Well Cross and King Edward's Way
    Edith Weston
  28. Woodhead Castle ringwork bailey and fishpond
    Great Casterton

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