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Howe Harper



RCAHMS archaeology notes: Howe Harper

Howe Harper is described as "a mound of small stones and earth, with an overall diameter of 63 to 65 ft and a height of at least 8 ft, formed from the upcast from a surrounding ditch up to 2.5 ft in depth." The mound is described as turf-covered and located in a prominent position on the lower slopes of Snaba Hill. Primary references for the site are given.
C Michael Hogan Posted by C Michael Hogan
22nd January 2008ce

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