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CORTON LONG BARROW

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A long barrow described as Boyton 1 by Goddard and excavated by Cunnington in 1801-04 locating eight primary inhumations at the eastern end and a secondary cremation. Field investigations in 1968 and 1975 found the barrow multilated with a maximum height, at the eastern end, of 2.4 metres. Its appearance, in profile, was of confluent bowl barrows, the result of the early excavations.

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