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Investigation of a Bronze Age mound on Frensham Common

A rapid landscape survey of Frensham Common located the sites of six possible tumuli in addition to the four known barrows on the King’s Ridge between the Great and Little Ponds. A slit trench cut into one of these newly located mounds, showed that the core, unusually, consisted layers of white sand alternating with bands of humic forest floor litter. Pollen analysis of samples taken from these bands indicated that the mound appeared to have been constructed in the Bronze Age. The mound had subsequently become eroded and was later partially restored: probably in the 19th century.

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