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MONUMENT NO. 408741

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The earthwork remains of a single probable Bronze Age round barrow mapped from aerial photographs as part of the English Heritage: South Downs Project. The barrow is situated on the ridge of a north-east facing spur between the Cuckmere River and a combe in the chalk downland to the west of the river. The surviving barrow mound measures 12m in diameter and lies within a system of braided tracks of uncertain date which follow numerous routes up onto the spur now followed by the present road. These tracks are recorded separately on either side of the current road in Monument Records:972234 and 972239.

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