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Lord's Barrow

Round Barrow(s)

<b>Lord's Barrow</b>Posted by formicaantImage © Mike Rowland 26/06/2007.
Nearest Town:Lulworth (5km ESE)
OS Ref (GB):   SY778840 / Sheet: 194
Latitude:50° 39' 16.71" N
Longitude:   2° 18' 50.69" W

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This single bowl barrow sits on the ridge of a hill. This is the same range of hills on which the Five Marys sit and is about half a mile to the west of of them. It is next to a small, narrow road and appears to have been damaged by traffic, large farm vehicles mainly use this road. Whilst not inherently interesting as an individual barrow, its prominent position and name do hint at the significance it may have once had. formicaant Posted by formicaant
26th June 2007ce
Edited 23rd February 2012ce


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(SY 77918414) Tumulus (NR) (1) Lord's Barrow, a round (bowl?) barrow 58ft diameter x 7ft high, situated on the crest of a ridge 400 ft above OD. Excavated and much damaged. A probable barrow of? bowl-type at SY 77918415 situated in the hedge line on the parish boundary is about 36ft diameter x 1 1/2ft high. (2,3)
A: SY 77778412 Lord's Barrow (name not confirmed) is truncated on the east by road. Its present diameter is 22.0m. and its
height 3.2m There is no visible ditch.
B: SY 77918414. The remains of a barrow, almost destroyed, now part of a hedgebank. It measures 11.0m. by 4.0m., with a height of 0.8m. No visible ditch.
Chance Posted by Chance
18th May 2014ce