She said of the surveys involving her team, 90 per cent of barrows have ditches.
Dr Frieman has arrived in Cornwall and is assembling her team.
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They may be for holding up posts of a timber structure inside the ditch, or they could be pits that have small cremations in them -- something you do find in Cornish barrows.
"Cremated human remains in pottery in pits can tell us all sorts of things about the people who were there." Dr Frieman said the things put into burials was usually the most interesting.