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MONUMENT NO. 28835

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The earthwork remains of a round barrow, situated within a predominantly Bronze Age landscape on Danby Rigg. The barrow was excavated in 1955 by Lamplough, who found the remains of a number of cremation burials and other Bronze Age finds including part of a tanged bronze knife and a flint fabricator in addition to pottery vessels. The barrow was also mapped as part of the North York Moors NMP project, visible as a denuded earthwork on air photographs. The earthwork is extant on the latest 2009 vertical photography. Scheduled.

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