|The Hob on the Hill mounds were opened by Canon Atkinson in 1863.
In the southern mound he found five burial deposits;
A cremation accompanied by a flint knife.
A cremation accompanied by a pygmy cup, a bone pin & an arrow head.
An unaccompanied cremation.
Another unaccompanied cremation.
An empty food vessel.
In the northern mound Atkinson found a cremation in a collared urn which he declared to be 'the most perfect I have ever seen at all'. He also found a pygmy cup and cremated bone.
All information blagged from-
Bronze Age Burial Mounds in Cleveland
By G.M. Crawford
Published by Cleveland County Council Archaeology Section 1980
Posted by fitzcoraldo
21st January 2004ce