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Großsteingrab - Langeneichstädt
Großsteingrab - Langeneichstädt

This stone chamber was discovered 1987 during acricultural business. Examination discovered a stone chamber built from plates of sand stone and of shell limestone of 5.3m length, 1.9m width and of 1.7m height.
A charcoal like screed of gypsum covered the plaster of thin limestone. One of the cup stones was identified a menhir in secondary usage.
The grave was built in the Salzmünder and the Baalberger culture.
Together with the Eichstädter Warte a remarkable variety of cultural epochs is closely arranged.

Those graves were used for a whole kin. Built without entry passage tunnel, there was an opening for later burials. There are really huge stones, and sometimes gather in neighborhood to other dolmen. Originally, those graves were covered with soil.

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Town:6268 Langeneichstädt
Picture file name:imgq1035.jpg
Picture date:26.09.2007 15:03:00

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