Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Monuments in Isle of Wight

  1. A bowl barrow and a bell barrow 600m SSE of Shalcombe Manor: part of a round barrow cemetery on Pay
    Calbourne
  2. A Bronze Age barrow and Anglo-Saxon cemetery on Bowcombe Down, 575m south east of Apesdown
    Newport
  3. A group of 11 round barrows forming part of a Bronze Age cemetery, and part of a field system east o
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  4. A twin barrow and bowl barrow 1.6km WSW of Cheverton Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Chever
    Brighstone
  5. Appuldurcombe House and Freemantle Lodge Gateway
    Wroxall
  6. Ashey Down Sea Mark
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  7. Bell barrow on Shalcombe Down: 500m south west of Shalcombe Manor
    Calbourne
  8. Bembridge Fort
    Bembridge
  9. Bouldnor Battery
    Shalfleet
  10. Bowl barrow 1.2km WSW of Cheverton Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Cheverton Down
    Shorwell
  11. Bowl barrow 1.35km WSW of Cheverton Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Cheverton Down
    Shorwell
  12. Bowl barrow 1.3km WSW of Cheverton Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Cheverton Down
    Shorwell
  13. Bowl barrow 110m north west of sea mark, forming part of a Bronze Age round barrow cemetery on Ashey
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  14. Bowl barrow 1km south-east of New Barn Farm
    Newport
  15. Bowl barrow 200m south east of Freshwater Bay Golf Clubhouse: part of a round barrow cemetery on Aft
    Freshwater
  16. Bowl barrow 220m east of Eaglehead Copse, forming part of a Bronze Age barrow cemetery
    Brading
  17. Bowl barrow 275m north west of sea mark, forming part of a Bronze Age round barrow cemetery on Ashey
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  18. Bowl barrow 280m WNW of sea mark, forming part of a Bronze Age round barrow cemetery on Ashey Down
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  19. Bowl barrow 290m north east of sea mark, forming part of a Bronze Age round barrow cemetery on Ashey
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  20. Bowl barrow 30m south of Round Copse
    Calbourne
  21. Bowl barrow 340m east of Eaglehead Copse, forming part of a Bronze Age barrow cemetery
    Brading
  22. Bowl barrow 340m south east of Freshwater Bay Golf Clubhouse: part of a round barrow cemetery on Aft
    Freshwater
  23. Bowl barrow 350m north east of Compton Farm
    Freshwater
  24. Bowl barrow 370m east of Eaglehead Copse, forming part of a Bronze Age barrow cemetery
    Brading
  25. Bowl barrow 390m east of Eaglehead Copse, forming part of a Bronze Age barrow cemetery
    Brading
  26. Bowl barrow 450m north of Vittlefields Farm
    Newport
  27. Bowl barrow 525m east of Stone Place Farm
    Shorwell
  28. Bowl barrow 540m NNW of Longstone Cottage: part of a round barrow cemetery on Mottistone Down
    Brighstone
  29. Bowl barrow 560m ENE of Week Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Week Down
    Ventnor
  30. Bowl barrow 570m south west of Swainstondown Gate
    Newport
  31. Bowl barrow 600m north west of Ladyacre Farm
    Niton and Whitwell
  32. Bowl barrow 600m south east of Week Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Week Down
    Ventnor
  33. Bowl barrow 650m south east of Shalcombe Manor: part of a round barrow cemetery on Pay Down
    Brighstone
  34. Bowl barrow 730m north east of Presford Farm known as `Sheards Barrow'
    Chillerton and Gatcombe
  35. Bowl barrow 830m south east of Shalcombe Manor: part of a round barrow cemetery on Pay Down
    Brighstone
  36. Bowl barrow and part of a later enclosure 490m north east of sea mark, the barrow forming part of a
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  37. Bowl barrow in Brighstone Forest west of Gallibury Fields: 1.57km ESE of Gottenleaze Cottages
    Calbourne
  38. Bowl barrow in Brighstone Forest west of Gallibury Fields: 1.65km ESE of Gottenleaze Cottages
    Newport
  39. Bowl barrow in Brighstone Forest west of Gallibury Fields: 1.6km ESE of Gottenleaze Cottages
    Calbourne
  40. Bowl barrow in Brighstone Forest: 1.3km north east of Coombe Farm
    Brighstone
  41. Bowl barrow in Brighstone Forest: 850m NNE of Coombe Farm
    Brighstone
  42. Bowl barrow in Coombe Plantation on Chessell Down: 710m north west of Longstone Cottage
    Brighstone
  43. Bowl barrow in Coombe Plantation on Chessell Down: 830m north west of Longstone Cottage
    Brighstone
  44. Bowl barrow in woodland on Shalcombe Down: 200m south west of Shalcombe Manor
    Calbourne
  45. Bowl barrow known as 'Black Barrow': 670m NNE of Longstone Farmhouse
    Brighstone
  46. Bowl barrow known as Michael Morey's Hump, and a Highway Commission barrier on Gallows Hill
    Arreton
  47. Bowl barrow on Arreton Down
    Arreton
  48. Bowl barrow on Culver Down
    Bembridge
  49. Bowl barrow on Headon Hill
    Totland
  50. Bowl barrow on Mottistone Common: 300m west of Longstone Cottage
    Brighstone
  51. Bowl barrow on Newbarn Down: 1.1km south west of Rowridge
    Newport
  52. Bowl barrow on Newbarn Down: 1km south west of Rowridge
    Newport
  53. Bowl barrow on Nunwell Down known as The Devil's Punchbowl Photos
    Brading
  54. Bowl barrow on St Catherine's Down, 680m north of lighthouse on St Catherine's Hill
    Niton and Whitwell
  55. Bowl barrow on Tapnell Down
    Freshwater
  56. Bowl barrow on West High Down, 150m north of Roe's Hall
    Totland
  57. Bowl barrow, lime kiln, and a medieval lighthouse forming the west tower of an oratory, all set with
    Chale
  58. Brading Roman villa
    Brading
  59. Carisbrooke Castle: a shell keep castle on the site of a Saxon burh
    Newport
  60. Carisbrooke Romano-British villa
    Newport
  61. Castle Hill earthwork
    Brighstone
  62. Clatterford Roman Villa
    Newport
  63. Downend Romano-British villa
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  64. Enclosure and field system on the north side of Cheverton Down, immediately east of Rowborough Botto
    Shorwell
  65. Enclosure in Brighstone Forest
    Newport
  66. Field system and bowl barrow on Pitts Down, 500m south east of Pitts Cottages
    Calbourne
  67. Field system on Brading Down
    Brading
  68. Five bowl barrows 200m north east of the radar station: part of a round barrow cemetery on Luccombe
    Ventnor
  69. Four bowl barrows 400m north east of the radar station: part of a round barrow cemetery on Luccombe
    Ventnor
  70. Four round barrows 840m WSW of Swainstondown Gate
    Calbourne
  71. Golden Hill Fort: buried remains and outer defences
    Freshwater
  72. Hurst Castle and lighthouse
    Freshwater
  73. Long barrow and part of a round barrow cemetery 130m SSE of Freshwater Bay Golf Clubhouse, on Afton
    Freshwater
  74. Long mortuary enclosure on Tennyson Down, 800m west of Freshwater Bay House
    Freshwater
  75. Lower Needles Point battery
    Totland
  76. Medieval enclosure in Newbarn Combe, 900m south east of Newbarn Farm
    Calbourne
  77. Medieval settlement 100m south east and 350m north east of East Ashey Manor Farm
    Brading
  78. Medieval settlement and cultivation remains at Newtown
    Calbourne
  79. Medieval settlement remains and moated site at Stenbury Manor
    Godshill
  80. Moated site 100m north east of Wolverton Manor
    Shorwell
  81. Monastic grange at Haseley Manor
    Arreton
  82. New Battery and High Down Test Site, The Needles
    Totland
  83. Newport Roman Villa
    Newport
  84. Nine barrows and part of a later enclosure 350m north east of sea mark: the barrows forming part of
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  85. No Man's Land Fort
    Nettlestone and Seaview
  86. Puckpool mortar battery
    Nettlestone and Seaview
  87. Quarr Abbey
    Fishbourne
  88. Rampart and ditch of an unfinished promontory fort on Chillerton Down, known as `Five Barrows' Photos
    Chillerton and Gatcombe
  89. Rock Roman villa
    Brighstone
  90. Round barrow 100m west of Old Coastguards
    Totland
  91. Round barrow 550m SSE of Gottenleaze Cottages
    Calbourne
  92. Round barrow 600m south east of Sudmoor Cottage
    Brighstone
  93. Round barrow 870m north east of Brook Hill House
    Brighstone
  94. Round barrow cemetery on Brook Down known as 'Five Barrows'
    Calbourne
  95. Round barrow cemetery on East Afton Down
    Freshwater
  96. Round barrow cemetery within Brighstone Forest on Brighstone Down: 700m east of Calbourne Bottom
    Brighstone
  97. Sandown Barrack Battery
    Sandown
  98. St Helen's Fort
    St Helens
  99. Steyne Wood Battery
    Bembridge
  100. The Longstone: a long barrow 60m south of Longstone Cottage
    Brighstone
  101. Three bowl barrows 220m WSW of sea mark, forming part of a Bronze Age round barrow cemetery on Ashey
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  102. Three bowl barrows 280m south east of Freshwater Bay Golf Clubhouse: part of a round barrow cemetery
    Freshwater
  103. Three bowl barrows 540m east of Week Farm: part of a round barrow cemetery on Week Down
    Ventnor
  104. Three bowl barrows 700m south east of Shalcombe Manor: part of a round barrow cemetery on Pay Down
    Brighstone
  105. Three confluent bowl barrows 340m ESE of Freshwater Bay Golf Clubhouse: part of a round barrow cemet
    Freshwater
  106. Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  107. Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm
    Brading
  108. Two bowl barrows 100m south east of Slocum Copse
    Shorwell
  109. Two bowl barrows 110m north-east of Heatherdown
    Totland
  110. Two bowl barrows 130m south west of sea mark, forming part of a Bronze age round barrow cemtery on A
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  111. Two bowl barrows 180m WNW of Puck House, Fishbourne
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  112. Two bowl barrows 250m south-west of Calbourne Bottom
    Brighstone
  113. Two bowl barrows 440m north of Longstone Cottage: part of a round barrow cemetery on Mottistone Down
    Brighstone
  114. Two bowl barrows 460m NNW of Longstone Cottage: part of a round barrow cemetery on Mottistone Down
    Brighstone
  115. Two bowl barrows 530m north east of the radar station: part of a round barrow cemetery on Luccombe D
    Shanklin
  116. Two bowl barrows forming part of a Bronze Age barrow cemetery, and part of a field system east of Ea
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  117. Two bowl barrows on Brighstone Down within the area of Brighstone Forest: 1.1km NNE of Coombe Farm
    Brighstone
  118. Two bowl barrows on High Down, 370m west of Tennyson's Beacon
    Totland
  119. Two bowl barrows on Newbarn Down within the area of Brighstone Forest
    Brighstone
  120. Two fishponds associated with Quarr Abbey at Puckers Copse, Newnham
    Ryde
  121. Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down
    Havenstreet and Ashey
  122. Yarmouth Castle
    Yarmouth
  123. Yaverland Battery, 660m south of Yaverland Church
    Sandown

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