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

A Bronze Age saucer barrow, listed by Grinsell as Durrington 13 and part of the barrow group recorded as SU 14 SW 71. Excavated in the early 19th century by Colt Hoare, who located a possible primary cremation in an urn, a secondary cremation in an urn, and, higher in the barrow mound, the...

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

Probable Bronze Age round barrow containing a secondary early Medieval burial accompanied by a brooch, arrowhead, spearhead or javelin found on Shalcombe Down in 1816.

PRESTON GRANGE

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Remains of a Neolithic long barrow with a secondary Anglo-Saxon inhumation; excavated in 1893 when human remains and a possible antler pick were found.

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Eighteen round barrows, A to R, of which fourteen survive as earthworks. None appear to have been excavated.

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Bateman opened a barrow, no more than 18 high, called Sharp Low, on the summit of a hill to the left ogf the road to Dovedale, in 1848. Two cuttings were made, a contracted inhumation being found in each, one having an irn knife. In the middle of the barrow was a stone, beneath which lay t...

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

A bowl barrow, part of the Oakley Down barrow group (SU 01 NW 19). Listed by RCHME as Wimborne St Giles 105 and by Grinsell as Wimborne St Giles 15, it was described by RCHME as a mound 63 feet in diameter and 5 feet high. It was dug into in the early 19th century by Cunnington and Hoare (...

FIVE HILLS

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A round barrow, one of a group of five on Therfield Heath. RCHME survey in 1982 recorded it as a mound 22 metres in diameter and up to 3 metres high. The RCHME survey identified the mound with a barrow excavated by EB Nunn in 1856, and from which a collared urn was recovered. A surrounding...

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

A Bronze Age barrow cemetery comprising eight barrows; six bowl and two disc barrows. Excavations by Hawley have located primary and secondary burials and an intrusive inhumation. Seven of the barrows are visible as earthworks or cropmarks on aerial photographs.

SHREWTON 3 (GRINSELL)

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A Bronze Age bowl barrow containing pottery and traces of at least one inhumation. The earthwork remains of this Bronze Age bowl barrow were mapped from aerial photographs. This was carried out as part of the RCHME: Salisbury Plain Training Area NMP project, and subsequently revised for th...

DUNDON BEACON

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A mound in the South-East side of Dundon Hill hillfort was excavated in the 19th century and found to contain a Bronze Age cist. Recent field investigation suggests that the original barrow may have been added to and modified as a Norman motte.