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|Description ||Jættestuen "Gåsesten" (Passage Grave)|
Excavated and restored 1954. In the chamber were few and weak skeleton traces,
flint artefacts, amber and ceramics.
The Middle Neolithic Funnel Beaker culture, Single Grave Culture, and Late Neolithic.
Lying in the remains of a Round Barrow.
Chamber of 7 construction stones, between which is seen partly preserved drywall.
The chamber is almost "pear shaped" and oriented NS, and covered with 2 slabs.
Entrance to east, with 2 facing each other standing wearing stones and 1 capstone.
On the chamber's northern capstone we see at least 2 cup marks.
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