Possible Bronze Age round barrow cut by wall, with a quarry pit on the north side. (1). This mound is overlain by the wall and has been truncated by ploughing to either side. It may be a barrow but other interpretations, such as mining spoil, need considering. (2).
A possible barrow situated on a wall with a quarry pit cutting it on the north side. It measures c. ten and a half metres by seven metres and is 0.6 metres high and is located on a ridgetop at the height of 375 metres (2). It has been truncated by ploughing on either side. This mound may be a barrow, but it may well also be quarrying waste. (3).
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