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BOWL BARROWS 340M AND 570M EAST OF THE FIRS

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Two barrows crossed by ridge and furrow. The easternmost barrow survives as a circular flat-topped mound measuring 22 metres in diameter and up to 0.7 metre high. The surrounding quarry ditch is visible on the northern, eastern and western sides of the mound, measuring up to 4.4 metre wide and 0.1 metre deep. A depresion 2m wide and 0.1m deep on the western barrow may represent an old excavation trench. The barrows form part of a round barrow cemetery at Heathfield, with 8 other components lying further east. Scheduled.

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