The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tumulous \Tu"mu*lous\, a. [L. tumulosus, fr. tumulus a mound.]
Full of small hills or mounds; hilly; tumulose. [R.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1727, from Latin tumulosus "full of hills," from tumulus "hill, mound, heap of earth" (see tumulus).
Usage examples of "tumulous".
Therefore, Maggie decided to take her first photographs at the tumulous below.