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CHAPMAN BARROWS

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A group of twelve Bronze Age barrows including a linear cemetery. The barrows vary widely in their dimensions and state of preservation. The smallest is 17.5 by 10.6 metres in diameter and 0.3 metres high. The largest has a diameter of 25 metres and stands to a height of 3.6 metres. There are additional small mounds in the vicinity but they are not thought to barrows; they may be clearance cairns associated with the nearby 19th century enclosures.

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