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| Ostenwalde Steingrab 2 |
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|Description ||From the East. |
East-West oriented chamber originally consisting of 10 orthostats and 4 capstones. The eastern and western narrow-side orthostat remained in situ. Southern long-side: all 4 orthostats are preserved, but only S3 (counting from the West) in situ. Northern long-side: N3 in situ, N1 preserved, but fallen, N2 and N4 robbed. Capstones: Only capstone C3 survived the historic destruction attempts, but collapsed into the chamber.
The chamber is halfways embedded into the ground. Site possibly had a passage and kerb-stones, but there are no visible traces. Chamber entrance probably located between orthostats S2 and S3. Fallen capstone S4 is largely covered, but a small part can be seen halfway between photos centre and lower photo edge.
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