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COP HILL BARROW

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

Bowl barrow containing a Bronze Age primary inhumation and intrusive Early Medieval inhumations and cremation, some with grave goods, excavated in 1937. Palaeolithic handaxe, Neolithic axe and Romano-British pottery also recovered from the mound. farley (1992) has re-examined the records o...

COP HILL BARROW

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

Bowl barrow containing a Bronze Age primary inhumation and intrusive Early Medieval inhumations and cremation, some with grave goods, excavated in 1937. Palaeolithic handaxe, Neolithic axe and Romano-British pottery also recovered from the mound. farley (1992) has re-examined the records o...

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

Round barrow on Middleton Common; appears to be of Bronze Age origin, with Saxon secondary interments; a Neolithic arrowhead was found while ploughing over the barrow mound

LYNEHAM BARROW

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

Neolithic long barrow and a standing stone. The barrow and stone are aligned south west-north east along a ridge with gives them a dominant position within the local landscape overlooking valleys to the north west and south east. The long barrow mound measures 32 metres in length and stand...

DANEBURY

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

Iron Age hillfort, with multiple phases of occupation and development from the 7th to 1st century BC with evidence of Bronze Age and pre Bronze Age activity. Finds of a Roman coin and a few sherds of pottery suggest only sporadic visits in the Roman period. The last ditch recutting is of u...

ELL BARROW

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

A Neolithic long barrow with a Saxon burial. A Bronze Age spearhead also recovered. This a severely mutilated earthen long barrow; clearly defined on OS Air photos. The mound is orientated northeast/southwest is 51.5 m long, 1.4 m high at the west end rising to 1.8 m high at the east end;...

LYNEHAM BARROW

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

Neolithic long barrow and a standing stone. The barrow and stone are aligned south west-north east along a ridge with gives them a dominant position within the local landscape overlooking valleys to the north west and south east. The long barrow mound measures 32 metres in length and stand...

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

Pea Low, or Steep Lowe, barrow, excavted in 1845 by Bateman, by Carrington in 1848, and in 1861 by Crewe. Villagers had found a secondary inhumation with split-socket spearhead and lancehead, a knife, and three late Roman coins. A small playing piece of amber was found near the spot by Bat...