Grimspound, Dartmoor 1/2: A view into Grimspound late Bronze Age settlement (around 3,000 years old) through the South gateway with Hookney Tor in the background. Some 20 hut circles can be traced within the pound which was also probably used to contain livestock. The circles are the remaining lower walls of dwellings, they would probably have had heather-thatched roofs on top of the walls. The 'grim' part of the name often refers to the devil, a number of ancient sites are called after the devil as later people could not imagine who else had built them. For a view of the whole site see the previous picture.