|The chamber in this grave is built of
11 stones, and has 3 capstones.
The passage consists of 6 stones on each side, and 3 capstones.
The entrance width is 0,7 and height 0,6 metres.
The length of the passage:2,7 , the chamber length 4,3 and width 2,1 metres.
The passage grave was examined 1843, 1907, 1951 and 1953.
Amber pearls, arrow heads, axes, chisels, drills, knives and
scrapes of flintstone clay pots and the remains of at least 7 people
has been found.
About 2 metres east of the passage grave are the remains of a cist, consisting
of 4 stones.
The mound can be seen in GE and the passage entrance can just be
seen on the eastsoutheast edge.
How to get there:
After you have visited the site Glumslövs backar, continue northwards on highway E6
and turn off at the next exit (after 3 kilometres). Turn westwards and turn left in
the roundabout after 600 metres. Turn right just when you leave the town
Glumslöv (after 3,6 kilometres), and after 3,1 kilometres you will find a parking spot to the right. Park there and the site is in the field northwest of the parking spot.
The site is in the middle of a farmer's field, on GE you can see a track through the field pointing northwest. When i visited the site, this track didn't exist, i found one
southwest of the site instead, so when you visit the spot, please look carefully around
the field and try to find an existing track, to avoid destroying crops.
Posted by L-M K
13th August 2009ce
Edited 13th August 2009ce