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Dartmoor Site: Harbourne Head A Stone Ring Cairn Circle

Harbourne Head A Stone Ring Cairn Circle

Harbourne Head A Stone Ring Cairn Circle

OS Map: SX 69119 65039
OS Source: Garmin
NMR record: SX 66 SE 11
HER record: 5802
Megalithic Portal: 42628
Alternate name: Parnell's Hill 1
Short Name: RC:Harbourne A
Butler map: 57.31.6
Grinsell: DEAN PRIOR 8
Turner: A55
Exist: Yes
Record: Unique
Dimensions (m): 24.0 x 1.2
Notes: Turner A55. "One of a pair of cairns on Gripper's Hill." " A ring cairn, Harbourne Head consisting of a stone ring 17.0 metres in diameter internally, with bank 1.8 metres wide and 0.4 metres high. Cairn contains a central mound, 12.0 metres in diameter, 0.8 metres high. This type of cairn is referred to as a Dartmoor version of the Wessex bell barrows."
Nearby sites: SX69126504

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