Round Barrow 30m North East of Old Mill House
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North Yorkshire County Council
Scarborough Borough Council
Scarborough and Whitby
SE976976 (497614, 500628)
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The remains of a Bronze Age round barrow. The barrow is depicted on a 1928 map with a mound measuring roughly 10 metres in diameter. It has since been reduced by agricultural activity but survives as a low mound 10 metres in diameter and 0.5 metres high. A slight hollow on one side has been identified as the work of Tissiman, who opened the mound in 1857. This excavation revealed three funerary urns containing fragments of human bone.
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