Monument details

HER Number:1627/1/1
Type of record:Archaeology
Name:Bowl Barrow on Summit of Sponds Hill

Summary

The northern most of two Bronze Age bowl barrows on Sponds Hill. This small mound is 8m by 7.5m and up to 0.5m high. It has a trig pillar on its summit with slight erosion around. It is a Scheduled Monument.

Round barrows are a type of burial mound, particularly used in the Bronze Age. Mounds of earth and stone were placed over a burial or cremation. A single barrow could be re-used for several later burials.


Parish:LYME HANDLEY, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE EAST

Monument Types

  • BOWL BARROW? (Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 801 BC)
  • MOUND (AD 20TH CENTURY - 1935 AD? to 1950 AD?)
Protected Status:Scheduled Monument 22571: Bowl Barrow On Summit Of Sponds Hill

Related records

1627/1/2Related to: Bowl barrow 50m South of Summit of Sponds Hill (Monument)
1627/1/2Related to: Bowl barrow 50m South of Summit of Sponds Hill (Monument)
1627/1/2Related to: Bowl barrow 50m South of Summit of Sponds Hill (Monument)
1627/1/2Related to: Bowl barrow 50m South of Summit of Sponds Hill (Monument)



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