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KNATTA BARROW

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The remains of a barrow with a central cairn 20.0m in diameter and 1.7m high which may originally have had a flat or platform top, now much disturbed by the creation of small shelters and modern cairns. Contiguous to the base is an encircling bank of stones 2.5m wide and 0.7m high on the outer face; the inner face is but 0.2m high but here it has had to retain spillage and slip from the central mound.

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