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Binsoe Artificial Mound

Artificial Mound

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Nearest Town:Ripon (10km SE)
OS Ref (GB):   SE251799 / Sheet: 99
Latitude:54° 12' 50.22" N
Longitude:   1° 36' 54.25" W

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At Binsoe is a large artificial mound, known locally as a conical hill and listed on the SMR as a barrow.

Interestingly, the line of a potential Roman Road reported by Fisher in the 1800's may cut through Binsoe. Fisher claimed that this road then travelled to Thornborough.
Posted by BrigantesNation
13th January 2004ce