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Cleobury Mortimer (OSD 206)  wikidata:Q106156150 reasonator:Q106156150
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Stevens, Henry - Draughtsman
Cleobury Mortimer (OSD 206)
Title
Ordnance Survey Drawings: Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire (OSD 206)
Object type manuscript map Edit this at Wikidata
Description
Ordnance Survey Drawings - Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire (OSD 206).jpg is located in England
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English: The two smooth humps of Brown Clee Hill dominate the landscape east of Ludlow. With its summit rising to 1,772 ft, Brown Clee is the highest point in Shropshire and was,an iron-age settlement, hosting three hillforts.,Below Brown Clee, the plan shows another isolated hill fort at Titterstone Clee.,At an altitude of,1,750 ft,,this fort is one of the highest and largest in Britain. ,.

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Language English Edit this at Wikidata
Date 1817
date QS:P571,+1817-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium Pen and ink on paper
Dimensions Height: 320 mm (12.59 in); Width: 450 mm (17.71 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,320U174789
dimensions QS:P2049,450U174789
institution QS:P195,Q23308
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Maps OSD 206
Credit line British Library
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Scale 2 inches : 1 mile (1:31680).

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