Later Iron Age culture (4th-1st cents. BC), named after a site in eastern Yorkshire (England) and recognized primarily by grave mounds with rectangular enclosures ( Funeral architecture; Burial). In rich warrior graves war chariots are typical burial goods. Besides contacts with Celtic cultures on the continent ( Celtic archaeology), emphasis is increasingly placed on strong indigenous traditions.
B. Cunliffe, Iron Age Communities in Britain, 1974
I. M. Stead, Iron Age Cemeteries in East Yorkshire, 1991.