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Round Barrow(s)

<b>Domen</b>Posted by KammerImage © Simon Marshall
This site is of disputed antiquity. If you have any information that could help clarify this site's authenticity, please post below or leave a post in the forum.
Nearest Town:Llanidloes (11km NW)
OS Ref (GB):   SO006756 / Sheets: 136, 147
Latitude:52° 22' 8.29" N
Longitude:   3° 27' 36.46" W

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<b>Domen</b>Posted by Kammer


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Viewed from roadside 28.8.13

The Barrow was easy enough to spot amongst the trees, next to buildings.
You would need to ask permission for a closer look as a ‘sneak visit’ would be out of the question.

I didn’t have the time to look for someone to ask to a view from the road it was.
Posted by CARL
3rd September 2013ce

Visited 25th May 2004: This lump is probably a Bronze Age round barrow. It's visible from the road, but partly obscured by trees that have been purposefully planted on top of it. There's no public access to the barrow.

Not worth a special visit unless you are barmy about barrows.
Kammer Posted by Kammer
26th August 2004ce
Edited 6th September 2004ce


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Coflein describes this site as, "an apparently arteficial [sic] mound, 15m in diameter and 1.0-2.5m high, bearing the scar of an excavation trench". Kammer Posted by Kammer
23rd August 2004ce
Edited 23rd August 2004ce