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MONUMENT NO. 393110

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L.Bronze Age/E. Iron Age cross dyke running north west to south east across a chalk spur called Chantry Hill. The earthwork survives as a gently curving ditch approximatly 125m long upto 0.5m wide and 0.5m deep. This is flanked to the north east by a bank 0.5m wide and 0.5m deep. In the center a track has levelled the monument. To the noth west the earthworks fade out down hill. The south eastern end has been destroyed by chalk quarrying.

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