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JOANEY HOW

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A large Bronze Age cairn on Dunkery Hill, known as Joaney How, survives as an earthwork mound over 22 metres in diameter. The earthworks have been surveyed at 1:500 scale and transcribed as part of the Exmoor National Mapping Programme survey. It is part of a group of 10 or more monuments.

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