South England Neolithic Cursus

Cursus is in Neolithic Monuments.

Cursus. A Cursus is a linear feature of banks and ditches ranging from 50m to nearly 10km. The word cursus was given by William Stukeley from the Latin word cursus.

3000BC. Stonehenge Lesser Cursus is a Cursus around 400m long an 60m wide around 750 north-west of the Stonehenge Greater Cursus oriented west-southwest and east-northeast. It is now only visible as a cropmark. The Stonehenge Environs Project discovered Red Deer Antlers picks that dated the monument to 3000BC.