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aerial photograph of Bully Hills Bronze Age Round Barrow Cemetery in Tathwell, Lincolnshire England UK. There are seven bowl burial barrows in the cemetery with six grouped together and a seventh on its own some 200 meters away. The sizes vary with the largest being 26 in diameter and the tallest some 3m high. Some of the barrows were excavated in antiquity but there have been no modern scientific examinations and therefore they exact date is unknown, however they are believed to date from the Bronze Age and so could have been constructed to 2000BC. They are now listed as a protected scheduled ancient monument.

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