|Type of record:||Archaeology|
|Name:||Withington Hall Barrow Cemetery|
This Bronze Age round barrow is a Scheduled Monument. It is still visible, but annually ploughed. No archaeological work is known or stray finds made.
18th century records refers to 'a line of imperfect barrows' between Astle Hall and Withington. There are three round barrows that are Scheduled Monuments in Withington Hall Barrow Cemetery. A further possible barrow had recently been identified. 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:||LOWER WITHINGTON, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE EAST|
- CEMETERY (Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 801 BC)
- FUNERARY SITE (Burial site, Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 801 BC)
- MOUND (Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 801 BC)
- ROUND BARROW (Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 801 BC)
|Protected Status:||Scheduled Monument 22586: Two Bowl Barrows 390M And 320M South-South-West Of Home Farm|
|1340/1/0||Related to: Withington Hall Barrow Cemetery (Monument)|