07/06/2023 06:50 PM | Click to read full article
Archaeologists have discovered a Bronze Age cemetery near Stonehenge in southern Salisbury, England. The cemetery contains around twenty barrow-style burials, characterized by central burials covered with mounds and surrounded by ditches. The site, located less than 10 miles from Stonehenge, dates back to the Bronze Age, around 2400 B.C. to 1500 B.C. The cemetery includes clusters of circular barrow graves, some of which are over 3,500 years old.