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MONUMENT NO. 438183

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Two bowl barrows situated on the prominent upland ridge known as Broadbury. The southernmost barrow survives as a 26.8 metre diameter circular mound standing up to 1.3 metres high. The northernmost barrow survives as a circular mound with a diameter of 24.3 metres and it is 1.1 metre high. In each case the surrounding ditch, from which material to construct the mound was derived, survives as a buried feature netween 2.5 to 3 metres wide. Scheduled.

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