When describing artifacts on Dartmoor there are some terms that not everybody will have come across, although these are explained in the book they have been gathered here for convenience.
Horizontal entrance to a mine.
Building used to smelt tin.
A stone that extends through an entire wall's width to lock it together.
Bridge formed by large flat slabs of stone.
Debris of what was formerly the higher part of a tor.
Curved timber supporting a roof.
Deep open tin working.
Areas where the vegetation is dominated by grasses.
Block upon which an arch rests.
Bronze Age burial tomb.
A rock balanced on a point which can be set in motion.
Bronze Age long, generally straight, stone boundary wall.
Mushroom shaped stones used to raise granaries off the ground.
Stone with a hole