MAY 9 2022 – DISCOVERY OF A BRONZE AGE BELL BARROW NEAR ‘DRUID’S COPSE’ IN ANCIENT IFIELD – DATING BACK CIRCA 3,500 YEARS AGO ?

  • Centre [North] – Blue circle showing Bronze Age Bell Barrow [to be confirmed] within Ifield historic village area.
  • [Photo provided by Ian Mulcahy – with thanks]
  • A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO BRONZE AGE BARROWS

  • A reconstruction of one of the bell barrows from Horsell Common where two fine examples were found Image: Surrey County Archaeological Unit
  • The Bell Barrows at The Devil’s Jumps in Treyford on the South Downs – Photos by Richard W. Symonds

 

Located near ‘Druid’s Copse’ where Ifield Brook Meadows and the River Mole join.

Bell Barrow

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devil%27s_Humps,_Stoughton

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devil%27s_Jumps,_Churt

 

https://ancientmonuments.uk/110420-bell-barrow-on-cockcrow-hill-wisley#.YnnH7yV4WEd

 

The Royal Oak [near The Devil’s Jumps’, Treyford
The Mighty Oak by The Devil’s Jumps, Treyford

Photos by Richard W. Symonds