Northern of Two Round Barrows in Dalby Forest Known As the Brown Howes
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North Yorkshire County Council
Ryedale District Council
Thirsk and Malton
SE897897 (489708, 490837)
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Two round barrows, known as the Brown Howes. The southern barrow mound measures 27 metres in diameter and stands up to 2.5 metres high. A hollow in the centre of the mound indicates partial excavation in the past. The northern side has been disturbed by badger burrowing. The northern barrow has a maximum diameter of 30 metres and stands up to 2 metres high. Again, partial excavation in the past has left a hollow in the centre, and there is also a 4 metre square hole in the southern edge of the mound.
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