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gallery grave meaning in Hindi

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  1. The wedge-shaped gallery grave was usually topped by a cairn ( covering of stones ) rather than an earthen mound ( or " tumulus " ), although an earthen mound was sometimes used.
  2. Prince Connell's Grave is usually described as a court tomb ( court cairn ), although some see it as a dolmen ( portal tomb ) or Wedge-shaped gallery grave ( wedge tomb ).
  3. The ceilings of wedge-shaped gallery graves often sloped toward the rear, and a sill of stone set some distance inside the away from the entrance or one or two slabs set upright in the earth defined a sort of antechamber.
  4. One of these " civilisations " ( sub-cultures ) located in the north and east of Scandinavia was rather different, featuring but few gallery graves, using instead stone-lined pit graves containing implements of bone, such as harpoon and javelin heads.
  5. The culture seems to have had strong links with other areas and may have arisen from a composite of influences as indicated by the gallery grave design common across Europe and the pottery types which have comparators in Western France from 2600BC and also in Brittany, Switzerland and Denmark.
  6. In Ireland, many Neolithic stone monuments with flat roofs ( such as court cairns, dolmens and wedge-shaped gallery graves ) bear the local name " Diarmuid and Gr�inne's Bed " ( " Leaba Dhiarmada agus Ghr�inne " ), being viewed as one of the fugitive couple's campsites for the night.
  7. Threshold stones are typical of dolmens, gallery graves and passage graves, etc . Whilst in most simple dolmens the blocking stone ( " Verschlussstein " ) of the entrance side was replaced by a threshold stone of varying height, the entrance to extended dolmens and great dolmens was narrowed axially or coaxially usually to about half the width of the chamber and the lower threshold stone marked the transition in the open doorway between the passage and the chamber.
  8. Gallery graves were usually constructed during the Neolithic Age, which began about 10, 200 BC and ended in Europe about 3, 200 BC . Some, however, were constructed in the Middle and Late Bronze Age, about 2, 300 BC to 600 BC . Dating of some gallery graves is difficult, as the tombs may have been constructed in the Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age, but reopened and used for burials until the Late Bronze Age.
  9. Gallery graves were usually constructed during the Neolithic Age, which began about 10, 200 BC and ended in Europe about 3, 200 BC . Some, however, were constructed in the Middle and Late Bronze Age, about 2, 300 BC to 600 BC . Dating of some gallery graves is difficult, as the tombs may have been constructed in the Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age, but reopened and used for burials until the Late Bronze Age.
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