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|Description ||"King Humbles Grave" - near Humble, Denmark (on private ground), 77 fencing stones nearly all in original setting, 9m wide, 55m long, small chamber nearly in the middle, east-west direction; several bones found, never been thoroughly investigated|
|Another similar structure to 'King Arthur's Hall' on Bodmin Moor?|
|Doesnt look it Angie. Here the upright stones are outside the mound, which looks a fairly typical sort of Hunnebed, Allee Couverte type thing. But King Arthur's Hall has a flat low lying area within the upright stones, with the mounds of earthen embankment outside of them. And its substantially larger I would reckon also.|
|You're quite right Martyn. I *sit* corrected! I hadn't seen Majoky's other pics then, and the internal mound wasn't so obvious in this one, nor did the rectangle of stones seem so narrow. I guess I thought maybe the farmer had ploughed out the surrounding bank too.|
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