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The History of Combe Down

In 1700 the Down above Combe, (Monkton Combe), was common land grazed by sheep, with the occasional barn and in a few places along the southern edge of the east-west ridge, the scars of small open stone quarries. The Romans may have quarried stone here to build the baths and temple complex in the Avon valley - they certainly left the remains of a villa on the southern slopes.

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