Bowl Barrow 170m North of the Low
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Early Bronze Age
Staffordshire County Council
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
SE089089 (408908, 362993)
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A large bowl barrow north of The Low farm, one of a widely-spaced line of four barrows on a spur bounded on the east by the River Manifold. The barrow survives as a roughly oval mound with maximum dimensions of 32 metres by 29 metres, and is up to 2 metres in height. No ditch is visible. It has been identified with a barrow dug into by Bateman on June 23rd 1848. He reported finding only a few pieces of charcoal.
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