Group of Linear Earthworks on Worgret Heath
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Dorset County Council
Purbeck District Council
SJ904904 (390399, 87177)
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Three Bronze Age barrows, One s a bowl or bell barrow 11.5 metres in Diameter and 1.6 metres high. There is no sign of a berm, but there is a surrounding ditch is 1.2 metres wide and 0.3 metres deep, with a small slit trench dug into the north side of the ditch. The second is a bowl barrow 21 metres in diameter1.9 metres high. There is a slight depression in the top of the mound. A surrounding ditch is 1.4 metres wide and 0.3 metres deep, and again has a small slit trench dug into it on north side. The third is also a bowl barrow, it is 14.5 metres in diameter and 1.6 meters high. There is no trace of berm or ditch. There has been slight mutilation in the top where a concrete slab has been sunk to hold a flagstaff. Part of a larger group (see SY 98 NW 2 and 3). Scheduled.
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