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Suffolk's Story 6
c. 1900 BC
Bronze Age burial mounds known as round barrows, like this one at Martlesham, are the earliest, visible, humanly-made features in the Suffolk landscape.
Lawson, A., Martin, E. and Priddy, D., The Barrows of East Anglia, East Anglian Archaeology no. 12, 1981