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North Knoll cairn (Ingram)

This small stone cairn was excavated by archaeologists in 1996 and 1997. They discovered that it was the remains of a late Neolithic or early Bronze Age burial mound, which had been built in two stages. A stone-lined grave in the centre of the mound contained a cup marked stone and late Mesolithic or early Neolithic flints. A study of the bones showed that at least five people had been buried in this grave. A later burial was found dug into the sound of the mound. This is a scheduled monument protected by law.

Reference number:N12974
Historical period: Bronze Age (2600BC to 700BC)
Legal status:Scheduled Ancient Monument

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Source of Reference
Local History of Ingram

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