Large barrow on western ridge, on southern boundary of property, half of which lies in adjoining garden. Part of barrow cemetary of ten barrows lying on two Greensand ridges.
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- ROUND BARROW (Early Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 1501 BC)
- BARROW CEMETERY (Early Bronze Age - 2350 BC to 1501 BC)
A large round barrow lying on the southern end of the western Greensand ridge. It is about 29m in diameter and 2m high. Half the monument is not in NT land, being in an adjoining garden. There is a large path along the boundary which has eroded part of the monument. There is also a clump of scrubby growth including rhododendron on the top of the barrow. The part in the garden is completely covered in rhododendron.There are a few weedy specimens of heather present under this scrubby covering and this monument must have been heather covered until relatively recently. there is probably a ditch surrounding the barrow but htis is not visible.
- SNA67509 - Report: National Trust. 2017. HAR Monument Condition Assessment, Sullington Warren Pair of Barrows (MNA126391 & MNA127475).
- SZL19372 - Photograph - colour: Joy Ede. 01/11/1997. Sullington - Barrow 121844, eroded path, trees and scrub. 2M. 23.
- SZL33525 - Slide: Joy Ede. 01/11/1997. Sullington - barrow 121844 showing eroded path across middle and scrub. 2M. 22.
- SZL44823 - Photograph - colour: Joy Ede. 01/11/1997. Sullington - Barrow 121844, eroded path, trees and scrub. 2M. 24.
- 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: TQ01SE51D/393145
- Site of Special Scientific Interest (Biological)
- ENA8965 - Heritage Assessment, HAR Monument Condition Assessment, Sullington Warren Pair of Barrows (MNA126391 & MNA127475)