Flowerdown Barrows

Flowerdown Barrows consists of three Bronze Age burial mounds and a sarsen stone. The mounds were originally part of a larger cemetery of barrows, of which little trace remains.

There are a pair of bowl barrows and a large disc barrow. The bowl barrows are distinctly different in size, the larger being 20 metres diameter and the smaller only 8 metres.

The disc barrow is 30 metres across, with a circular platform topped by a pair of mounds.

Nearby is a small sarsen stone, which was found in Dean Down Drove in 1906. It was moved to the Hampshire County Museum in Chilcomb and relocated to the Flowerdown site in 1984.

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