AC Smith Maps: Map N. Squares 79 to 84
Lockeridge, Manton, Marlborough
a. The Devil's Den - "a noble specimen of the kistvaen" perfect in condition.
b. Bowl-shaped barrow, a large hole in its top from opening.
a. Banks, ditches and lines of earthworks, marking British occupation.
a. Large bowl-shaped barrow, now made square and bearing on the top the flag-staff of the Marlborough rifle range.
b. Very large, irregular barrow with tree cover, no ditch.
c. Very low, wide, bowl-shaped barrow, no ditch.
d. Very low barrow; no ditch, not opened.
e. Earthwork on Marlborough Common.
a. Very wide large bowl-shaped barrow, being ploughed out.
a. Very flat wide barrow, fast disappearing under the plough.
a. Earthworks, banks and ditches.
I. Second only to Silbury in size, the great mound of Marlborough is an artificial tumulus which deserves careful examination.