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The Haddenbils brothers of Deepingdale are known for being the first to use dams to solve the local irrigation problems and provide water for their oat fields. The dams were made from giant granite blocks and sealed with clay and giant spiders' webs. The brothers gained the use of a spade of colossal excavation which they borrowed from a warrior whose identity is not known.