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Hi Holger, Thanks for the identification, I also like your gallery! Greetings Raúl

.. and this is my favourite.

It is on my home pc desktop.

Realy!

Best, Holger

Thanks for sharing. Please visit my pics on http://roshographs.blogspot.com/

Lüdelsen Steingrab 4

Chambered Tomb near Salzwedel in Saxony-Anhalt.

The fourth Lüdelsen site.

Hallo Holger!

Alles ist Bestens! Danke Dir nochmals sehr herzlich für Deine schnelle u. tolle Hilfe!

Eine gute Woche und ein schönes Wochenende wünsche ich Dir! Udo

Hallo Holger!

Auch das wusste ich nicht! Danke wiederholt für Deine freundliche Hilfe. Die Web-site werde ich demnächst einmal aufsuchen und die Datei evtl. runterladen.

Besten Dank und viele Grüße in die Heimat und zu Dir! Udo

Drebenstedt Langbett

Long Barrow with Chambered Tomb in Saxony-Anhalt.

Said to be the most impressive tomb in the 'Altmark'.

950m west of Drebenstedt, near the small way to Lindhof, you can see the shape of the Long Barrow. The 44m x 6m/7.5m barrow is very well preserved, most of the kerbstones are still in place. 53 of the most likely 58 stones have survived. The barrow is oriented in NW-SE direction. At the NW corner stands a very impressive corner stone, a guardian stone (Wächterstein). On the top of the guardian, a number of cup marks are visible. The barrow had guardians on each corner, its just that the other three have fallen.

The 8.8m x 1.9m chamber, located in the NW end of the barrow, is also well preserved. 13 orthostats ('Wandsteine') of most likely 16 are deep in the ground of the still 1.7m high barrow, and four capstones are still resting on the chamber. Its a 'Grossdolmen', an Extended Dolmen with seven pairs of uprights on the long sides. There are further remains, most likely fragments of another bursted capstone, treated with explosives.

There have been same calculations about the barrow, regarding the the mass of stones that had to be moved and about how much people/working hours were necessary to build it up.

Based on a ten hours working day, 100 people would have needed between 40 and 60 days...

Drebenstedt Langbett

Long Barrow with Chambered Tomb in Saxony-Anhalt.

Said to be the most impressive tomb in the 'Altmark'.

950m west of Drebenstedt, near the small way to Lindhof, you can see the shape of the Long Barrow. The 44m x 6m/7.5m barrow is very well preserved, most of the kerbstones are still in place. 53 of the most likely 58 stones have survived. The barrow is oriented in NW-SE direction. At the NW corner stands a very impressive corner stone, a guardian stone (Wächterstein). On the top of the guardian, a number of cup marks are visible. The barrow had guardians on each corner, its just that the other three have fallen.

The 8.8m x 1.9m chamber, located in the NW end of the barrow, is also well preserved. 13 orthostats ('Wandsteine') of most likely 16 are deep in the ground of the still 1.7m high barrow, and four capstones are still resting on the chamber. Its a 'Grossdolmen', an Extended Dolmen with seven pairs of uprights on the long sides. There are further remains, most likely fragments of another bursted capstone, treated with explosives.

There have been same calculations about the barrow, regarding the the mass of stones that had to be moved and about how much people/working hours were necessary to build it up.

Based on a ten hours working day, 100 people would have needed between 40 and 60 days...

Drebenstedt Langbett

Long Barrow with Chambered Tomb in Saxony-Anhalt.

Said to be the most impressive tomb in the 'Altmark'.

950m west of Drebenstedt, near the small way to Lindhof, you can see the shape of the Long Barrow. The 44m x 6m/7.5m barrow is very well preserved, most of the kerbstones are still in place. 53 of the most likely 58 stones have survived. The barrow is oriented in NW-SE direction. At the NW corner stands a very impressive corner stone, a guardian stone (Wächterstein). On the top of the guardian, a number of cup marks are visible. The barrow had guardians on each corner, its just that the other three have fallen.

The 8.8m x 1.9m chamber, located in the NW end of the barrow, is also well preserved. 13 orthostats ('Wandsteine') of most likely 16 are deep in the ground of the still 1.7m high barrow, and four capstones are still resting on the chamber. Its a 'Grossdolmen', an Extended Dolmen with seven pairs of uprights on the long sides. There are further remains, most likely fragments of another bursted capstone, treated with explosives.

There have been same calculations about the barrow, regarding the the mass of stones that had to be moved and about how much people/working hours were necessary to build it up.

Based on a ten hours working day, 100 people would have needed between 40 and 60 days...

Drebenstedt Langbett

Long Barrow with Chambered Tomb in Saxony-Anhalt.

Said to be the most impressive tomb in the 'Altmark'.

950m west of Drebenstedt, near the small way to Lindhof, you can see the shape of the Long Barrow. The 44m x 6m/7.5m barrow is very well preserved, most of the kerbstones are still in place. 53 of the most likely 58 stones have survived. The barrow is oriented in NW-SE direction. At the NW corner stands a very impressive corner stone, a guardian stone (Wächterstein). On the top of the guardian, a number of cup marks are visible. The barrow had guardians on each corner, its just that the other three have fallen.

The 8.8m x 1.9m chamber, located in the NW end of the barrow, is also well preserved. 13 orthostats ('Wandsteine') of most likely 16 are deep in the ground of the still 1.7m high barrow, and four capstones are still resting on the chamber. Its a 'Grossdolmen', an Extended Dolmen with seven pairs of uprights on the long sides. There are further remains, most likely fragments of another bursted capstone, treated with explosives.

There have been same calculations about the barrow, regarding the the mass of stones that had to be moved and about how much people/working hours were necessary to build it up.

Based on a ten hours working day, 100 people would have needed between 40 and 60 days...

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