Small barrow lying on western ridge in a line of three other large barrows. Part of barrow cemetary of ten barrows lying on two Greensand ridges.
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- BARROW CEMETERY (Early Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 1501 BC)
- ROUND BARROW (Early Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 1501 BC)
Small round barrow about 9m diameter and 0.3m high. Very difficult to see in amongst high mature heather. It is the only small barrow indentified on this ridge which has three other much larger barrows on the high parts of the ridge. This barrow though lies slightly lower than the rest on a saddle on the ridge itself. There appears to have ben some distrubance in the past from excavation or paths.
- SNA67509 - Report: National Trust. 2017. HAR Monument Condition Assessment, Sullington Warren Pair of Barrows (MNA126391 & MNA127475).
- SZL4896 - Monograph: J Dallaway. 1815. A History of the western division of the County of Sussex. 2.
- SZL7643 - Article in serial: L V Grinsell. 1940. Sussex Barrows Supplementary Paper. 82.
Other Statuses and References
- HER/SMR Reference (External): 2606
- National Monuments Record Reference: TQ01SE51C/393145
- Site of Special Scientific Interest (Biological)
- ENA8965 - Heritage Assessment, HAR Monument Condition Assessment, Sullington Warren Pair of Barrows (MNA126391 & MNA127475)