Threelows Bowl Barrow
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Staffordshire County Council
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
SE077077 (407664, 346293)
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A round barrow in a field called Three Lows between Cotton and Ramshorn excavated by Carrington in 1849. It was a flat mound witha diameteer of 16 yards and contained a cremation deposit on the south side. Other finds were a small piece of fused lead, a flint spearhead, two arrowheads and another flint implement. It is 16m in diameter and 0.5m high situated 120m South-East of Three Lows Cottages, in a pasture field. No visible ditch.
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