GPR survey of AM140 has also revealed internal features in the former area of the mound, and further GPR surveys of other long barrows in the SWHS and environs might cast considerable light on the internal configuration of these other highly significant monuments without recourse to expensive and destructive excavation.
However, the limited excavation undertaken at WS71 and WS86 has demonstrated that considerable information can be drawn from a small-scale excavation of completely denuded long barrows, improving our understanding of the mortuary landscapes around Stonehenge and thus of the Outstanding Universal Value of the SWHS.
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