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1 Its dimensions were :-length (internal), 33 paces; breadth (internal), 12 paces; width of ditch, 3 to 4 paces. There was a gap visible in the ditch at the east end.

2 Printed in The Cartulary of Eynsham (ed.Salter, H.E. 1, 23.

3 Published in facsimile.

4 Archaeologia 71, 227–65, based upon the Percy Manning MSS. See also my Long Barrows of the Cotswolds (Bellows, John Gloucester, 1925,) p.214.

5 Geographical Journal, 1912, p.186. See also American Geographical Review, 1922, 7, 257–63.

* If that is to happen—and it should not be allowed—what is the good of making the by-pass at all? —EDITOR.

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