Definition of passage grave in English:

passage grave

Line breaks: pas|sage grave

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noun

Archaeology
A prehistoric megalithic burial chamber of a type found chiefly in western Europe, with a passage leading to the exterior. Passage graves were originally covered by a mound, which in many cases has disappeared, and most date from the Neolithic period.

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