Some articles on ditches:

Coombe Hill Canal - The Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Reserve - Coombe Hill Meadows
55-hectare (140-acre) site of wet grassland and drainage ditches ... Ditches have been restored by widening and re-profiling to improve their wildlife value ... The rare True Fox Sedge may be found in some of the ditches ...
Glauberg - Sites Associated With The oppidum - Earthworks and Processional Road
... A number of earth features (banks and ditches) are located south of the oppidum, some closely associated with mound 1 ... strikingly, a processional way 350 m long, 10 m wide and flanked by deep ditches approached the tumulus from the southeast, far beyond the settlement ... This was associated with further banks and ditches extending over an area of nearly 2 by 2 km ...
Circular Ditches
... About 150 arrangements of prehistoric circular ditches are known to archaeologists spread over Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic ... From finds in the context of these ditches, and associated settlements of longhouses, it was established that they were in use for about 200 years, until roughly 4600 BC ...
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band - Discography - Between The Ditches
... On August 7, 2012, the band released Between the Ditches on CD, LP and digital download ... Unlike the previous album Peyton on Patton, Between the Ditches was recorded as a traditional studio album, using separate tracks over a longer period of time ... Know" "Don't Grind It Down" "The Money Goes" "Move Along Mister" "Between the Ditches" "Brokedown Everywhere" "Brown County Bound" ...
Michelsberg Culture - Burial Habits
... have been found inside pits and ditches in many MK earthworks and have had considerable influence on the interpretation of such structures ... connected with that of similar remains in the ditches of British Causewayed enclosures ... same may apply to human bones found in the fills of enclosure ditches around MK settlements ...

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    A living man is blind and drinks his drop.
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    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)