Fast Search

You are Here: Home / Bradley Hall, possible barrow

Tyne and Wear HER(517): Bradley Hall, possible barrow - Details

Back to Search Results


517


Gateshead


Bradley Hall, possible barrow


Bradley


NZ16SW


Religious Ritual and Funerary


Funerary site


Round Barrow


Undetermined



Earthwork


This possible but unproven barrow was first reported in 1952 in a letter from W.A. Cocks to the Ordnance Survey. It is round, flat-topped, without surrounding bank and ditch, 11.10 m in diameter and 1.50 m high, and has trees on it. It is situated low down in the dene of the Bradley Burn on the west side of the stream.


1253


6317


NZ12536317



<< HER 517 >> Ordnance Survey archaeological record cards, E.C. Waight, 1959, Possible Bronze Age Tumulus R. Young, 1980, An Inventory of Barrows in Co. Durham, Transactions Architectectural & Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland, p. 10 no. 45 R. Miket, 1984, The Prehistory of Tyne and Wear, p. 19 no. 6 Museum of Antiquities, Notebooks of W.A. Cocks - Site 17

Back to Search Results