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ROUND BARROW, NORTHWEST OF WENTWOOD LODGE (1 OF 2)Primary Reference Number (PRN) : 01020g
Trust : Glamorgan Gwent
Community : Shirenewton
NGR : ST41669455
Site Type (preferred type first) : Bronze Age Round barrow cemetery
Legal Protection : scheduled ancient monument
Part of barrow cemetery 8440g. A large circular mound with a well-defined perimeter situated in woodland; it has a gently sloping side to the N&E, with rather steeper sloping side to the S&W. The mound stands quite high, is turf covered and has a strip o
Part of barrow cemetery 8440g. A large circular mound with a well-defined perimeter situated in woodland; it has a gently sloping side to the N&E, with rather steeper sloping side to the S&W. The mound stands quite high, is turf covered and has a strip of exposed cobble sized stone (0.05-0.1m) aligned E-W. This damaged is due to a motorcycle track eroding the mound. There seems to have been recent clearance of woodland and scrub growing on the mound, with the top of the mound now defined by felled trees presumably hindering any future motorcycle use.
Dimensions: diameter 24m N-S height;1.7m S, 1.1m N.
(1987) This is the most E of the two barrows (other is 1021G). It is the largest, with a diameter of c22m and a height of 2.5m. It is circular with a flattened top. Parts have been worn bare by paths and motorcyclists. Overgrown with grass and trees. (Source 03)
GGAT 72 Prehistoric Funerary and Ritual Sites Project 2003
Laws, K and Brooks, I. , 2009 , Wentwood, Monmouthshire Archaeological Survey
Pm desc text/Evans EM/2003/GGAT 72 Prehistoric Funerary and Ritual Sites Project
01/PM List/Lillie MC/1991/Bronze Age Gwent (University of Nottingham dissertation) p63
04/MM AP/GGAT/Owen-John H/23.8.89/A93.24-27
03/PM Desc Text/Cadw/Whittle E/1987/AM107
05/PM Desc Text/Cadw/Whittle E/1991/AM107
02/MM Record Card/OS/1957/ST 49 SW 33
08/Desc Text/Cadw/Full Management Report/2005/Copy in further information file
08/Desc Text/Cadw/ Full Management Report/2006/ Copy in further information file
09/Desc Text/Cadw/Full Management Report /11/01/2007/Copy in further information file.
E001408 : Archaeological Survey Wentwood, Monmouthshire (year : 2009)
Related PRNs : 01021g, 8440g
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