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enclosed cremation cemetery


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A type of burial ground generally dating to the later 3rd and 2nd millennia bc in northwest Europe which comprises deposits of burnt bone interred in pits within a well‐defined area that is enclosed within a roughly circular or oval earthwork. Also known as embanked cemeteries. See also urnfield.

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