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Tadnoll Barrow

Round Barrow(s)


Details of the barrow on Pastscape

(SY 79148747) Tadnoll Barrow (NR). (1)
Tadnoll Barrow, bowl (?) (SY 79148747). On slight knoll in heathland and cut by parish boundary with Moreton, E of which road has destroyed two-thirds of site. Diam about 56 ft, ht about 5 ft; around, and 3 ft from it on W, is a probable tree-clump enclosure, about 75 ft in diameter. (2,3) Tadnoll Barrow (name not confirmed) a severely mutilated probable bowl barrow, is generally as described by RCHM (2).
The probable tree-clump enclosure survives on the east and west sides of the road, as a broad bank 4.5m wide and 0.5m high, with an outer ditch 2.0m wide and 0.3m deep, about 30.0m in overall diameter. A clump of mature conifers covers the site.
Chance Posted by Chance
18th May 2014ce
Edited 18th May 2014ce

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