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MONUMENT NO. 621646

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The remains of two mounds situated within Great Stannon Newtake. The largest of these may be a ring cairn which survives as a 15 metre diameter and 0.6 metre high, flat topped mound with an outer edge of stones which represents the remnant of a ring bank. Four metres to the north east of this cairn is another mound which measures 4.5 metres in diameter and 0.7 metres high. A slight hollow in the centre of this cairn is probably the result of robbing or partial early excavation. Scheduled.

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