|Bowl, Bell, Disc, Saucer, Pond and , of course, Wheel.|
Has there been an attempt to establish firm associations for each type beyond appearance? Dates, materials, distribution etc?
For example, could the different types represent distinct date parameters (unlikely, I think) or do the variations in appearance indicate different funerary practices, status/age of the interred, 'empty' barrows etc etc.
I would imagine some conclusions have been drawn in this area as the available data could be relatively easily pulled together, but if there has been, I haven't read it.
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|Posted by Evergreen Dazed|
2nd October 2012ce
BA RBs (Evergreen Dazed, Oct 02, 2012, 13:15)