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|Description ||Long Barrow "Agerstenshøj", in NE-SW, 24 m long, up to 16 m wide,|
approx. 2 m high. Kerb stones are of varying size, partly considerable.
Preserved is an outlying stone at east 2 m high, 1.20 m wide, 0.80 m thick, fallen;
4 fallen and /or moved in NE, 10 fallen and a standing in SW, 11 fallen in SW,
4 fallen in NV.
2-3 m within the fallen kerb stones at SW a somewhat irregular series of 11
raised stones until 0.75 m high. At SE end of this range seen from north-east
tips of two stones.
In midst seen the tops of the orthostats of a polygonal chamber, ca. 2 x 2 m inside,
set of two stones from NW, two against NE, one against SE and one against S.
Description translated from kulturarv.dk, dated 1956.
In 7-2010 the site was in horrible condition, totally overgrown with
prickly bushes, thistles and nettles. And not only the site, also the pathway
from Barsmark looks like nobody used it for ages.
Not recommended for visit.
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