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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Bronze Age bowl barrow, listed by Grinsell as Wilsford 37, and part of the Lake Group of barrows recorded as SU 14 SW 51. Excavated in the early 19th century by Colt Hoare, who found that it had been opened previously. It was re-excavated in 1959 by Grimes, who found a roughly central pit...

AMESBURY 62 (GRINSELL)

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A Bronze Age bell barrow is visible as an earthwork and has been recorded on aerial photographs. Traces of a plough levelled outer bank are visible as a cropmark.

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Four bowl barrows south west of Hampson Cottage. Originaly identified as cropmarks and surviving as low mounds 0.2-0.4m high and up to 22m across. Ditches are visible on the air photographs and survive as buried features.

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A Bronze Age bowl barrow surviving as earthwork with the semi circular cropmark of a ditch visible in air photos. The mound measuresle 0.9 metres high and 21.5 metres in diametre. It has been mutilated by a hedge bank and roadway. Scheduled.

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Bronze Age barrow cemetery comprising Winterbourne Monkton numbers 13-17. Beaker and Middle Bronze Age sherds have been recovered from some of the barrows, though only one mound, WM 16, has any record of excavation. Limited trenching in 1921 yielded a secondary cremation in a large inverte...

EWELEAZE BARN BARROW CEMETERY

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A linear barrow cemetery comprising bowl barrows, a pond barrow, and a quadruple bell barrow. All but one of the 10 mounds noted by Grinsell and RCHME survive as earthworks, although several have suffered from plough damage. In addition, three further sites have been noted as cropmarks. 4...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Remains of a bowl barrow on Massingham Common. The barrow mound stands to a height of 0.5 metres and, though originally circular in plan, has been partly levelled on the north and south sides and now measures 24 metres by 5 metres. A cropmark indicates that the mound is enclosed by a burie...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The visible and buried remains of two bowl barrows located south of the railway line between Hitchin and Letchworth. The western barrow, often referred to as the `Ickelford Tumulus survives as a substantial earthwork, domed in profile and measuring some 52 metres in diameter and 3.5 metres...

SHREWTON 5L (GRINSELL)

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A Bronze Age bell barrow, part of the Net Down Barrow Group; originally thought to be a bowl barrow, but excavation proved it to be a bell barrow. It contained a primary burial with satellite and secondary burials. The cropmark remains of this Bronze Age bell barrow were mapped at 1:10,000...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A bowl barrow, part of a group of 17 barrows on Wyke Down. Listed by RCHME as Gussage All Saints 41 and by Grinsell as Gussage All Saints 10, the barrow was described by RCHME as having been damaged by ploughing, but formerly measuring 75 feet in diameter and 2.5 feet high.