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|Description ||This is the slightly smaller, less prominent bowl barrow on the top of Cley Hill, centred on grid reference ST83864487. It is 1.5 metres high and 22 metres in diameter, positioned about 50 metres to the south of the large barrow and slightly higher up. The English Heritage record of scheduled monuments says that it was partially excavated by Sir Richard Colt Hoare and William Cunnington in the early 19th century, who found an interment of burnt bone.|
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