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Site name / number: Woodford 2
Abbreviation: WOO2
Name: -
Parish / Grinsell number: Woodford 2
Subform: Short long barrow?
Hoare number: -
Wiltshire HER Number: SU 13 NW 151
National Monument Record number: SU 13 NW13
Scheduled Monument number: Unscheduled
Within the WHS?: N
Length (m): 20
Width (m): 14
Height (m): 0
Ditch width (m): 4
Orientation: N-S
Excavated?: Y
Focus of mound features: ?
Visible from Stonehenge?: N
Associated with round barrows?: N
Ditch form: Side ditches only, continuous.
Postholes in ditches: -
Internal pits: Several, though function unclear.
Internal postholes: Series of postholes postdating pits but predating barrow mound, the excavator suggests that these may represent a small trapezoidal mortuary structure.
Internal cairn or stones: Sub-rectangular flint cairn.
OS Grid Reference: SU 1007 3772
British National Grid X coordinate: 410070
British National Grid Y coordinate: 137720
Latitude: 51.13866300
Longitude: -1.85744440
References: Grinsell, L V (1957) 'Archaeological Gazetteer', in R B Pugh and E Crittall (eds) A History of Wiltshire. Volume 1, Part 1, 21–279. London, Oxford University Press; Harding, P. and Gingell, C., 1986. The excavation of two long barrows by F de M and HFWL Vatcher. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 80: 7-22.
Plan reference: Harding and Gingell (1986), Figure 7.
Radiocarbon date:

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