Anzac Gallipoli Archaeology Database

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Boundary Marker

SW marker 5. Concrete. Painted white. Located approzimately 20 metres from Brighton Beach Road.

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Road

Artillery Road. Road leading from coast to Second Ridge Road. Was used as a supply road during the Gallipoli Campaign.

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Cemetery

Lone Pine cemetery. Three monuments at southernmost end of the cemetery. Largest monument is a square cenotaph. To the north …

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Strategic Position

Indian Mt Battery artillery position. One of three positions documented, located on the edge of the plateau overlooking Shrapnel …

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Cemetery

Shell Green cemetery. Hexagonal. Additional measurements - w. 63; d. 70 (ditch). Monument - l. 920; w. 137.

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Terrace

A well-preserved and well-defined linear flatten area cut into the hillslope on the north-western side of the Ari Burnu hill. …

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Trench

U-shaped linear depression with a flat floor. There is thick holly vegetation around the trench. Trench runs off trench F960, …

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Trench

Trench, shallow, well-defined and overgrown with thick vegetation (holly and rhododendrons) with a flat floor. A communication …

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Trench

Trench begins and ends at the modern road verge - feature has been cut by the road. A pitted and intermittant with a sinuous …

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Trench

Trench. A linear depression of medium-shallow depth. Overgrown with grass and shrubs and holly in some places. Rounded cross-section …

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