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TREVELLAS BARROW

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The site of a round barrow, excavated in 1940. Prior to excavation it survived to a maximum height of 0.45 metres and had a diameter of 8.8 metres. The centre had been previously disturbed by a miners pit, with the central deposit robbed out, however several sherds of pottery, possibly of a bucket urn were recovered. The barrow may have formed part of a cemetery.

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