The Celtic dolmen and cromlech, the Etruscan tumulus
, the Hebrew galgal, are words.
In the centre was a hillock or tumulus
, surmounted by a scorched hawthorn.
It is a town "familiar with forgotten years." The shadow of the Saxon hero-king still walks there fitfully, reviewing the scenes of his youth and love-time, and is met by the gloomier shadow of the dreadful heathen Dane, who was stabbed in the midst of his warriors by the sword of an invisible avenger, and who rises on autumn evenings like a white mist from his tumulus
on the hill, and hovers in the court of the old hall by the river-side, the spot where he was thus miraculously slain in the days before the old hall was built.
The five animals - supplied by the inner city Mudchute Park & Farm and made up of Oxford Down and Norfolk Horn breeds - have been set to work in a fenced-off area known as the Tumulus
, the last resting place of Queen Boadicea, according to legend.
The statement was perceived as provocative, and source of escalation in the tumulus
discussions between the two sides.
Certains chercheurs voient dans tous ces monuments des evolutions des tumulus
- simples amas de pierre au-dessus d'une tombe - puis des bazinas, constructions funeraires de pierres seches communes au Maghreb et au Sahara, vieilles de plusieurs milliers d'annees.
Jewellery, 13th-15th century, excavated from tumulus
7, Durbi Takusheyi, Nigeria, gold.
The UCY annual field campaign on the tumulus
of Laona at Palaepaphos which took place in June and September lasted four weeks.
Such is the case with a bronze kline acquired by the Getty in 1982, following the reported looting of a bronze bed from a tumulus
at Alahidir, west of Sardis (pp.
Details of the tumuli cemeteries along the Atacama Desert coast: (A) Punta Grande 02; (B) Funerary context from Las Loberas 01; (C) Ceramic vessels and decorated basket from Las Loberas 01 (Ballester and Clarot 2014:102,70); (D) Diagram oof the profile cut oof the funerary architecture of a tumulus
(modified from Spahni 1967:Pl.II,C).
Background: Mesobuthus tumulus
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