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Place Bougon by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jul 22, 2016 09:04 AM
Bougon is the site of five Neolithic barrows located in Poitou-Charentes, France. The earliest dates ca. 4800 BC.
Place Bratolyubovskii Kurgan by Gabriel Mckee — last modified Jun 01, 2017 08:54 AM
A Scythian burial mound dated to the fourth century B.C. located near the village of Bratolyubivka in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine.
Place Bray by A.S. Esmonde Cleary — last modified Jul 28, 2019 08:42 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 8 A1 Bray
Place Brech by D.J. Mattingly — last modified Oct 20, 2012 03:23 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 36 C5 Brech
Place Bronze Age Cemetery at Mursia by Tom Elliott — last modified Sep 29, 2019 11:55 AM
A cemetery (referred to collectively in Italian as "sesi") consisting of multi-burial stone cairns associated with the Bronze Age settlement at Mursia on Mediterranean island of Pantelleria.
Place Brouzi by C. Foss — last modified May 09, 2016 10:07 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 61 D3 Brouzi
Place Byrsted by A. Bursche — last modified Oct 23, 2012 01:50 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 2 E2 Byrsted
Place Byzantine arcosolia by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jul 10, 2018 08:08 PM
Byzantine tombs at the site belong to the sixth century when the Temple of Concordia was converted into a Christian church.
Place Břeclav by A. Bursche — last modified Oct 23, 2012 01:50 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 13 B4 Břeclav
Place Cabeza de S. Pedro by E.W. Haley — last modified Oct 20, 2012 07:47 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 24 E3 Cabeza de S. Pedro
Place Caere by L. Quilici — last modified Jul 14, 2020 11:57 PM
Caere (also known as Cisra or Cerveteri) was a major Etruscan polis located ca. 50 km north-northwest of Rome in southern Etruria.
Place Calepodius by L. Quilici — last modified Feb 19, 2018 06:26 PM
A Christian catacomb originally containing the tombs of Pope Callixtus I and Pope Julius I, along with that of the eponymous Saint Calepodius.
Place Campovalano by W.V. Harris — last modified Sep 24, 2016 12:20 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 42 F3 Campovalano
Place Casacce necropolis by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jan 30, 2020 01:53 PM
A rock-cut necropolis at Blera with tombs of the Hellenistic period.
Place Casal Bertone necropolis by Jonathan Weiland — last modified Mar 25, 2016 10:11 AM
Casal Bertone is named for the modern Roman neighborhood where it was discovered, about 2 km east of the Porta Maggiore. The site of Casal Bertone covers more than 3,000 square meters. The eastern portion of the site comprised a residential area that was occupied from about the first century B.C. to the fifth to sixth centuries A.D.
Place Casale Vignale necropolis by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jul 16, 2019 07:30 PM
An Etruscan rock-cut necropolis of San Giovenale.
Place Castellaccio Europarco by Jonathan Weiland — last modified Jul 19, 2015 10:52 PM
A villa and a number of burials located along the Via Laurentina, dating from the fourth century BC to the second century AD.
Place Catacomb of Ponziano by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Sep 26, 2018 09:24 PM
A Paleochristian catacomb at the second mile of the via Portuensis. The catacomb is noted for containing the original tombs of Pope Anastasius I and his son Pope Innocent I.
Place Catacomba di San Giovanni by Valeria Vitale — last modified Jan 28, 2016 11:47 AM
Ancient catacombs in the city of Siracusa, built between AD 315 and 360. The main gallery re-purposes parts of an earlier aqueduct.
Place Catacombe San Marcellino e Pietro by Jeffrey Becker — last modified May 25, 2020 11:13 AM
The Catacombs of Marcellinus and Peter lies some 3 km southeast of Rome along the ancient Via Labicana. They date to the fourth century A.D.

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