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MONUMENT NO. 458726

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Site of a Bronze Age bowl barrow. It was excavated in 1911-12 by Bushe-Fox, who found potsherds, including some of collared urns, and a quantity of worked flints, some of them Mesolithic in date. No certain burial deposit was located, although it was suggested that some charcoal deposits might represent secondary burials. Ordnance Survey field investigation in 1954 described the barrow as an earthwork mound 10 metres in diameter and 1 metre high.

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