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|Description ||Overview from the West (looking down from a height of appr. 6m). All orthostats of the 7,5m x 3,5m chamber orthostats are in situ. The westernmost capstone is broken and is tightly packed with carvings of cup-marks on its former upper side and the northwestern (originally vertical!) side. Some of the latter are visible in this picture, but most cup-marks cannot be seen under this lighting conditions. Some of the cup-marks are very large and deep, but all are heavily weathered. |
Capstone 2 is fallen and partly buried. The two other capstones are robbed. The chamber probably had an enclosure. The stone marked "K?" seems to be in situ (Sprockhoff et al.) and at least three (one visible in this picture) further stones (marked "?") in the proximity could be remaining, but moved kerbstones.
E,W,S,N = orthostats. in this picture orthostat S2 is largely hidden by one fragment of capstone 1
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