Source/Archive record SEM8268 - Metric Survey of Chapman Barrow 11: Longstone Landscape Community Archaeology Project
|Title||Metric Survey of Chapman Barrow 11: Longstone Landscape Community Archaeology Project|
|Hazel Riley report|
|ENPA project name||EMLPS|
|ENPA project name||Longstone Landscapes|
|Digital Object Identifier||10.5284/1037649|
Please read the Exmoor National Park Historic Environment Record caveat document.
A large prehistoric burial mound, one of the Chapman Barrows on the west side of Exmoor National Park, has been surveyed at a scale of 1:200 as part of the Longstone Landscape Community Archaeology Project. The survey has shown the extent of the excavations carried out in 1905 by the Rev. J. Chanter, and demonstrated how the mound was constructed on ground which slopes down to the south. A small mound to the east of the barrow has also been surveyed and interpreted as a probable prehistoric embanked platform cairn.
External Links (1)
- https://doi.org/10.5284/1037649 (Report via ADS website)
Referenced Monuments (2)
Referenced Events (1)
- EEM14529 2014: GPS - Chapman Barrow 11, Challacombe Common
Record last edited
May 22 2019 10:54AM