Noun(1) a prehistoric megalithic tomb typically having two large upright stones and a capstone
(1) He had by-passed a stone-age dolmen on his ascent and skirted the mound of a ring-fort.(2) He claims the plans for the extension come close to possible site of a boulder circle and dolmen .(3) Along the path there is a well, which symbolises the beginning of life, while further along is a dolmen , a pre-Christian tomb, representing the end of life.(4) At the north end is a deep forecourt between two rounded horns, and in the back of the forecourt is an H-shaped setting of stones, perhaps the remains of a portal dolmen .(5) The ancient dolmen rock of course has its place.(6) One of special features of the site is the rockery to the rear built around a granite dolmen and a variety of mature trees.(7) The field site contains over 45 stone circles, passage graves, standing stones and dolmen tombs and has been the focus of excavations for more than twenty years.(8) They were the so called Megalithic People, the builders of dolmens , cromlechs and other monuments over or to their dead.(9) The lone watchman belies the archaeological importance of the site, surrounded by ancient dolmens and sacred groves with enormous and elaborately decorated terracotta horses.(10) The majority of tombs are a mixture of small passage-tombs and dolmens , usually surrounded by a stone kerb and constructed with the large rounded granite boulders of the area.(11) Roofs could be of horizontal capstones to make the so-called dolmens , or of oversailing courses of slabs, which are known as corbelled vaults.(12) The area around Jard-sur-Mer is deeply historic, and dotted with dolmens and standing stones.(13) Artifacts on those installations include shrines, gravesites, sculptures and prehistoric dolmens , which are flat, square stone slabs of various sizes that are believed to date to the Bronze Age.(14) Standing stones and circles, henges, cup-marked stones and dolmens have intrigued us for generations, but there is little real evidence of their true purpose.(15) As many as thirty dolmens , the remains of prehistoric chambered tombs, have been discovered.(16) We still wonder how the ancient Egyptians raised giant obelisks in the desert and how stone age men and women moved huge cut stones and placed them in position in dolmens and passage graves.
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