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Colerne Park

Round Barrow(s)


An earlier source of purejoy's folklore is 'Wiltshire: The topographical collections of John Aubrey', corrected and enlarged by J E Jackson (1862). He writes: "At the top of the wood at Colerne Park there is said to be a large hillock called 'The Dane's Tump' where tradition buries a Danish King." Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
13th March 2006ce

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