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" As15 sociation that he had found in excavations at Cranborne Chase bodies buried without the head. If we were ignorant of the practices of other races we should be at a loss to account for such interments. As it is, we ask ourselves whether these bodies... "
The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal - Page 15
1898
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 14

1898 - 782 pages
...interments. As it is, we ask ourselves whether these bodies are those of strangers whose heads have i -en sent back to their own land, or their own tribe, in...cemetery with their own people ; or whether the heads u ere cut off and preserved by their immediate relatives and brought into the circle at their festive...
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The Wiltshire archaeological and natural history magazine, Volumes 27-28

Edward Hungerford Goddard - 1894 - 894 pages
...opinion. Or, to take another burial custom : General Pitt- Rivers reported last year to the British As15 sociation that he had found in excavations at Cranborne...•which, indeed, left traces in Roman civilisation at its highest development. The knowledge of them puts us upon inquiry as to other burials of the prehistoric...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 65

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1895 - 1166 pages
...Or, to take another burial custom : General Pitt-Rivers reported last year to the British Association that he had found in excavations at Cranborne Chase...of which, indeed, left traces in Roman civilisation at its highest development. The knowledge of them puts us upon inquiry as to other burials of the prehistoric...
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