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Aber Sychnant



A centrally depressed round cairn, 19m in diameter and 2.1m high, opened c.1890, producing black ash, small bones, a horse tooth and a flint arrowhead.
(source Os495card; SJ24NW15)
J.Wiles 15.11.02

OAN Site visit 2002/10/11/PJS. OAN field survey, located by GPS to an accuracy of +/- 1m. The site is located on the south west side of Offa's Dyke Footpath and the base of the north side of the cairn has been truncated by it and is actively being eroded.

Phwoar... flint arrowheads, and over two metres high, i'm on my way.
postman Posted by postman
3rd January 2010ce

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