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Winterbourne Stoke Group

Round Barrow(s)

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Winterbourne Stoke Group (Round Barrow(s)) by Chance The Winterbourne Stoke group in 1810 showing how the group radiate out along the same axis as the original long barrow.
This group consist of the long barrow, two disc barrows, large bell barrows, and the smaller, but more numerous bowl barrows. The earthwork on the bottom left ran all the way down to the Lake group of barrows and their single, immense long barrow.
To date the road system has only been changed by a roundabout, a lay-by and the name A303.
Chance Image Credit: Sir Richard Colt-Hoare, 1810, Ancient Wiltshire, Vol.1
Posted by Chance
9th June 2010ce
Edited 9th June 2010ce
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