Round Barrow 660m South West of Glebe Farm

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Bronze Age

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

North Yorkshire County Council

District Council

Ryedale District Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Thirsk and Malton

Grid Reference

SE845845 (484462, 494083)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.3352, -0.700861

Nearest Postcode

YO18 7NS

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A Bronze Age round barrow is situated 660 metres south west of Glebe Farm on the northern part of Levisham Moor. A wide shallow hole in the centre of the mound is evidence of past partial excavation. This feature was mapped as part of the North York Moors National Park NMP, visible as an earthwork on air photographs. The feature is scheduled and appears to be extant on the latest 2009 vertical photography.

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User-Submitted Notes

Just off the main track is a plaque on a small stone post at SE 84777 94037 this is about 150 ft in front of the barrow . The plaque says as follows.
“These three barrows were built as burial mounds about 3 to 4000 years ago for the families of tribal chieftains. The hollows in the top are the work of later grave robbers . The surrounding moorland contains other barrows several visible from the main track”
This web page indicates that there is only one barrow and that is all I noticed when I uploaded the previous photos in 2014 but then again I was only looking for one as I did not see this sign at that time.
It looks like further investigation to this sight is required . I have uploaded a photo of the plaque

John D Hunter, 7 October 2015

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