Radiocarbon dates have been obtained from a log-coffin burial excavated in 1864 by Canon William Greenwell from a ditched round barrow at Scale House, near Rylstone, North Yorkshire.
The oak tree-trunk coffin had contained an extended body wrapped in a wool textile.
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