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PRIDDY NINE BARROWS

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Group of nine Bronze Age round barrows, seven occurring in a broadly linear arrangement, with two further mounds some 150 yards to the north (these are recorded separately as ST 55 SW 78). One of the barrows was excavated in 1815 by Skinner, who found a quantity of charcoal and some scattered ashes. There has been some confusion over the naming of the group, with the name Priddy Nine Barrows applied mistakenly, it seems, to the Ashen Hill Group (ST 55 SW 5).

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