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HENGI-FORM MONUMENT AND TWO BOWL BARROWS 500M EAST OF ST ANDREW'S CHURCH



Reference Name MLI50261

Name:
HENGI-FORM MONUMENT AND TWO BOWL BARROWS 500M EAST OF ST ANDREW'S CHURCH

Summary:
HENGI-FORM MONUMENT AND TWO BOWL BARROWS 500M EAST OF ST ANDREW'S CHURCH

Location:
STAINTON LE VALE, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
Cropmarks of a rather elliptical ring ditch or penannular enclosure - possibly a hengi-form monument, or even the ditch for a pair of barrows. Part of a small group of ring ditches, with a linear feature and rectangular enclosure (see PRN 50747).{1}{2}{3}
The monument includes the buried remains of a late Neolithic hengi-form monument and two Bronze Age bowl barrows situated on the northern bank of the Waithe Beck, some 500m east of St Andrew's church. An infilled and buried linear boundary ditch abuts the western arc of the barrows and a sample of this feature, together with the intervening ground between the hengi-form monument and the barrows is also included in the scheduling.{5}

Sources:
1 Article in serial: JONES, D.. 1988. LINCOLNSHIRE HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY. VOL.23 PG15,16,18 APPX.P4
2 Aerial Photograph: 1945-84. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY COLLECTION. BUX 001-004,1975,
3 Aerial Photograph: BRITISH GAS. 1985. BRITISH GAS APS. SH 125-126
4 Map: Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England. 1992-1996. National Mapping Programme. LINCOLNSHIRE. TA1894:LI.262.1.1-5,1993,
5 Scheduling record: ENGLISH HERITAGE. 1998. SCHEDULING DOCUMENT 27919. MPP 22

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