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MONUMENT NO. 443289

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Earthworks possibly associated with Medieval or later streamworks or erosional material situated close to the north bank of the Blackbrook River. The mound is situated within an area of boulders is of small stone, and measures 5.7 metres by 4.8 metres and survives to a height of 0.8 metres high. It is consistent with a tin-streaming mound and at least two others occur on the opposite bank of the river. The amount of streamworks is limited to an area about 250 metres along the river and some 25 metres to each side of it.

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