I went buzzing southern England at tree-top level with Google earth, looking for crop marks that were suggestive of something beneath the ground. The picture you see was taken directly from Google Earth. If you have that application on your computer, you can put the coordinates from my submission into it and you'll see the place and can look around.Where's the aerial photograph from? Did you generate it from the landform on the map, or is it an actual photo from which you derived the ancient village?
If you don't have Google Earth, I highly recommend it. It will give you a new perspective on a lot of things, especially zooming in and out over certain terrain types and seeing how things like mountains and rivers actually look in the scale that your'e doing a map in.