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Tumulus

noun
(pl. tumuli)
1.
(archeology) a heap of earth placed over prehistoric tombs.  Synonyms: barrow, burial mound, grave mound.






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"Tumulus" Quotes from Famous Books



... Eastbourne stay awhile by the tumulus on the slope. There are others hidden among the furze; butterflies flutter over them, and the bees hum round by day; by night the nighthawk passes, coming up from the fields and even skirting the sheds and houses below. The ...
— Nature Near London • Richard Jefferies



Words linked to "Tumulus" :   mound, archeology, hill, archaeology



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