Brown Low is a bowl barrow most likely dating to the Bronze Age. An earth and stone mound survives east of Marple, Greater Manchester (grid reference ). It is listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The mound was partially excavated by the Rev William Marriott in 1809,:374–391 who discovered fragments of burnt stones and cremated bones, as well as a preserved acorn. Marriott also describes the finding of a funerary urn in an adjacent barrow during an unauthorised excavation.:377,383 Brown Low is located in private land, just east of a public footpath running off Sandy Lane.
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