Lanhill Long Barrow (Hubba's Low)

Lanhill Long Barrow also known as Hubba's Low is a Neolithic chambered long barrow constructed about 5,000 years ago. Evidence suggests that the barrow had three burial chambers, but only one survives. Unfortunately much of the barrow was destroyed by farmers over the last centuries. It was once included among the most important antiquities in Wiltshire.

The barrow was partially excavated in 1909. Several human skeletons were found in the chambers.

Lanhill Long Barrow is situated in a field near Chippenham, England.

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