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Green Low Barrow

Round Barrow(s)

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<b>Green Low Barrow</b>Posted by Emma A <b>Green Low Barrow</b>Posted by stubob

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Standing by several walling stone quarries. Measuring around 17 x 14m in diameter, several kerbstones are visible, the low mound looks very messed about with. Maybe the wall builders stripped most of the usable stone before sinking their quarry. stubob Posted by stubob
8th October 2010ce
Edited 8th October 2010ce

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Thmas Bateman did a partial excavation of the barrow in 1843 he discovered a cremation burial within a limestone cist and also a secondary inhumation. Both were accompanied by flint arrowheads and tools.

J. Barnatt's Barrow Corpus.
stubob Posted by stubob
8th October 2010ce
Edited 8th October 2010ce