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Origin and types of bronze mirrors in East Asia | Heritage of Japan Dictionary - Definition of kurgan CANNOCK CHASE HISTORY - BARROWS OR TUMULI Bell barrow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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S67.] of Psychological Medicine. 127 On the Two Types of Ancient
tumulus the prevailing cranial type is short and brachycephalic.
ABBEEVIATIONS.
Warne = C. Warne, The Celtic Tumuli of Dorset. Wilts Ar.
Introductions to Heritage Assets - Prehistoric Barrows and Burial
THE BARROWS OF THE IRON AGE IN MAINLAND GREECE
THE BARROWS OF THE IRON AGE. IN MAINLAND GREECE, CYPRUS. AND THE AEGEAN ISLANDS.
Bronze Age Barrow graves between Danube and Balkans:
mudbrick tumulus that has been excavated for the first time at the end of 60's ...

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Tumulus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Archaeologists often classify tumuli according to their location, form, and date of construction.
Disc barrow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Disc barrow. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Stone circles, barrows, and henges in Britain
Sussex County - Barrows of the South Downs
Another scarce type of tumulus is the "platform" barrow, a very fine example is situated between Lewes and the Racecourse.
Tumulus - New World Encyclopedia
May 22, 2008 Kurgan (Russian: курга́н) is the Russian word for a tumulus, a type of burial mound or barrow, heaped over a burial chamber, often of wood.

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