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Quiz "archaeology: terms used in archaeology"

archaeology: terms used in archaeology

an artificial mound; esp., an ancient burial mound; barrow

archaeology: terms used in archaeology

a long thin flake of flint, possibly used as a tool

archaeology: terms used in archaeology

a heap of earth placed over one or more prehistoric tombs, often surrounded by ditches. Long barrows are elongated Neolithic mounds usually covering stone burial chambers; round barrows are Bronze Age, covering burials or cremations

archaeology: terms used in archaeology

a vertical section through the earth showing the relative positions of the human artefacts and therefore the chronology of successive levels of occupation

archaeology: terms used in archaeology

a kind of celt, usually of bronze, made to fit into a split wooden handle rather than having a socket for the handle
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