Back to the Neolithic: Building a British Long Barrow
Some “experiential archaeology” — yes, it will hold the cremated remains of modern people.
“It’s strange really. We haven’t built a long barrow for 5,000 years, but then about six weeks ago we had another enquiry for one.
“They want a burial chamber built in central London to hold some art.
“They’re like London buses. You don’t get one for 5,000 years and then all of a sudden two come at once.”