http://purl.org/heritagedata/schemes/eh_tmt2/concepts/143003  (QR Code)

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rdf:typeskos:Concept
cc:licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
cc:attributionURLhttp://www.historicengland.org.uk
cc:attributionNameHistoric England
skos:inSchemeFISH Thesaurus of Monument Types
skos:prefLabelBroch
skos:broaderDomestic
skos:broaderMonument <By Form>
skos:scopeNoteAn Iron Age round defended house, found mainly in the north and west of Scotland. Brochs have a tapering profile and thick, usually hollow dry stone walls which contain galleries, cells and a stairway, with guard cells at the entrance.
skos:relatedDun
skos:relatedSouterrain
dct:publisherhttp://www.historicengland.org.uk
dct:identifierhttp://purl.org/heritagedata/schemes/eh_tmt2/concepts/143003
dct:issued2019-07-19T13:56:35

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