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Corrody Burial Mound

Period: Bronze Age

NGR Easting: 237550

NGR Northing: 489224

Description: Bronze Age burial mound.

The ruined remains of a Bronze Age burial mound still stand to a height of 0.5m. A surrounding circle of stones, measuring 12m in diameter, represents the surviving stone revetment constructed to retain it. Several boulders are still visible, the largest standing 0.7m high. The revetment has been damaged historically by agricultural activity.

Beneath the floor of the medieval chapel a Bronze Age cinerary urn, inverted over a cremation, was discovered.

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Site & Monument Type: Burial Mound

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: 0445.10

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