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MONUMENT NO. 393127

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Group of four Bronze Age bowl barrows at Chantry Post. The barrow to the south east is the largest approximatly 13m in diameter and 1m high. Tish has had a modern concreate guide post placed on it. The two northernmost barrows are approximatly 9m in diameter and 0.75m high. These have had modern seats placed on them. The barrow to the south west is the smallest at approximatly 7.5m in diameter and 0.3m high. The western side has been leveled by a mionor road. The construction ditches are now infilled but will survive as buried features. Scheduled.

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