Round Barrow 400m North of Anchor
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County Council (Unitary)
Truro and Falmouth
SR746746 (174564, 53121)
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The remains of a round barrow visible as an earthwork, 400 metres north of Anchor. The barrow mound is of earth and stone and stands 2.8 metres high. A hollow centred east of the centre is thought to have resulted from antiquarian excavation or quarrying, combined with the removal of a boundary stone formerly protruding from the mound. The barrow forms part of a ridge-top barrow cemetery. Scheduled.
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