round barrow


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round barrow

A mound of earth constructed over a Bronze Age tomb or site of a cremation.
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What is the name of the Bronze Age round barrow that was found to contain pottery and evidence of cremation burials on the Cleveland Way on Ingleby Moor?
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The essays in this title are drawn from the Theoretical Archaeology Group conference session that focused on the round barrow in different regions of Britain.
A round barrow at nearby St-Y-Nyll was found to contain the ancient remains of three huts and the burnt bones of a woman, child and animals such as ox, wild boar, sheep and brown bear.
It was embossed and buried in a round barrow close to the grave of an important chieftain in around 1600BC.
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These appear to consist of Early Bronze Age round barrows that may have earlier, Neolithic origins.
Dr Lewis said: "Private owners, developers and estate managers are key players in tackling all kinds of heritage at risk from city centre hotels, industrial buildings and monuments to historic parklands, ruined marcher castles and round barrows, so the opportunity to speak to them at an event like this was one English Heritage did not want to miss.
The Quantocks date back as far as prehistoric times with evidence of Mesolithic flints found at North Petherton along with the discovery of round barrows dating back to the Bronze Age.