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MONUMENT NO. 35394

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A flattish turf-covered mound, thought to be a cairn, though previously classified as a bowl barrow. It measures 12m in diameter and 0.5m high and has been severely damaged by robbing leaving an irregular perimeter and hollowed centre. A large sandstone slab of 1m long, 0.5m wide and 0.2m thick lies in the NW quadrant and may have been removed from a stone setting to the west.

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