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MONUMENT NO. 354179

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Three round barrows of Bronze Age or Roman date. Two of the mounds survive. Eexcavations in 1892 found that one contained a cist, all the other finds were medieval. The third mound was excavated 1780, nothing was found and the mound was latter leveled. These mounds were originally believed to be of Roman date, but it is thought they are possiobly Bronze Age. The western barrow is 28m in diameter and 5m high. The eastern barrow is 24m in daiameter and 6.2m high. The surounding ditch is modern. Scheduled.

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