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Iron Age enclosure, Bronze Age barrow, Roman cemetary

History of Iron Age enclosure, Barleyfields, Fulbourn

Scheduled Monument:

The site comprises the buried remains of an Iron Age enclosure containing a Bronze Age barrow, surrounded by a number of Roman and early medieval burials. The enclosure is rectangular, with an apsidal east side. At least 4 inhumations and 4 cremations surround the enclosure on three sides, in four apparently discrete groups.


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