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MONUMENT NO. 219053

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A probable Early Bronze Age round barrow site, listed by Grinsell as Durrington 65b, and located north east of Woodhenge (SU 14 SE 6) and just to the south of Durrington Walls (SU 14 SE 118). A pipe trench cut in 1951 uncovered the surrounding ring ditch. A primary crouched inhumation of an adult female was accompanied by a Beaker. The ring ditch contained horn cores of Bos longifrons plus a quantity of other debris/finds including Late Neolithic pottery and a flint scraper. No trace of the site is visible on the ground.

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