Round Barrow Cemetery 500m East of Little Bray Cross
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Devon County Council
North Devon Council
SN668668 (266791, 137378)
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A round barrow cemetery situated on a prominent ridge known as Berry Hill, Bratton Fleming. The monument survives as five circular mounds of varying size arranged as two pairs with one single outlier. All have 2 metre wide surrounding quarry ditches from which material to construct the mounds was derived; in all cases these are preserved as buried features. The northernmost pair of barrows are the most prominent. Of these, the northen mound measures 17.4 metres in diameter and 0.9 metres high, while the southern mound is 16 metres in diameter and 0.6 metres high. Of the westernmost pair of barrows, the eastern barrow lies on the summit of the hill and measures 14.4 metres in diameter and 0.3 metres high; the western barrow is 16.2 metres in diameter and 0.4 metres high. The final barrow is the single outlier which is the southernmost of the whole group. This measures 15.8 metres in diameter and 0.3 metres high. Scheduled.
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