Cyril Fox (1923) describes this as Barrington B. It was excavated in 1883 but had already been opened by coprolite diggers.
There were 114 graves. 55 fibulae were recovered from 29 graves. In addition there were 2 swords, 8 shield bosses, 15 spears and many knives.
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