disc barrow

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A type of fancy barrow characterized by one or more small low round mounds each covering a central burial and set within a circular or oval ditched enclosure. Mainly found in southern England and dating to the early 2nd millennium bc. Closely associated with the Wessex Culture.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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