Scheduled Monument: Two standing stones and a mound 200m WSW of Black Barrow, Hoscombe
Department for National Heritage
27 March 1996
Date last amended
The monument includes two standing stones, a mound and the archaeologically sensitive area between and around those features. The site is located on the south west facing slope 200m WSW of Black Barrow. The stones are set 4.7m
apart with their long sides following their north east to south west alignment. The south westerly stone is 250mm high, 300mm wide and 50mm thick. The north easterly stone is 100mm high, 350mm wide and 100mm thick. The mound lies at the north east end of the alignment with its center 11.7m from the north easterly stone. This makes the overall length of the monument 18m. The mound is 5m in diameter and 300mm high with a rounded top.