Round Barrow on Three Howes Rigg, 450m South East of White Cross
North Yorkshire County Council
Scarborough Borough Council
Scarborough and Whitby
SE681681 (468143, 510370)
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Two Bronze Age round barrows forming the southern most pair of a line of five barrows (see also NZ 61 SE 39). The northern barrow measures 18m in diameter by 1.7m high. The southern barrow is 17m in diameter and is situated on a slope so that it is 0.5m high on its northern side and 1.5 on the southern. It is surrounded by a 6m wide platform with a slight ditch on the northern side. There is a small upright stone on the eastern lip of the southern barrow, it is 0.35m by 0.1m with 0.8m exposed above the ground. There are three inscriptions on the stone of different dates. The three inscriptions are a cross, the date 1882 and a bench mark. Scheduled..
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