This is the Oldest Family Tree in the World
This is the Oldest Family Tree in the World
Long barrows are the earliest great monuments of the British Isles. They could be over 100m/330ft long and there are hundreds of them, dating from 3800 BC.

But what were they? But who built them? Why did they put so much effort into making them? And what can the latest studies on ancient DNA tell us, about the family relationships of the people buried inside them and the societies that they lived in?

This is the story of the mysterious Long Barrows of Neolithic Britain. 

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