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GREEN BARROW

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A long barrow 240 metres south-west of Green Barrow Farm. The monument has a long rounded mound up to 1.5 metres high interpreted as a long barrow which has been spread by ploughing. It is 57 metres long on a NNE-SSW axis and 43 metres wide on a SSE-NNW axis. The barrow from which Green Barrow Farm takes its name is recorded in Scrope's History of Castle Combe as a long oblong mound, levelled by its owner in 1852. Scheduled.

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