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D54 Havelteberg

Chambered Tomb

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Visited: July 12, 2014

Just 150 metres from D53, on the other side of the sandy road, lies another passage grave, Hunebed D54 Havelte. Slightly smaller than its twin, with a length of 12.7 metres, D54 consists of six capstones supported on a complete set of 14 sidestones. An original seventh capstone is missing from the eastern end of the hunebed, as is its supporting end stone. There is an incomplete entrance portal, but no evidence for there ever having been a circle of kerbstones. Unlike D53, D54 has never been scientifically excavated.

You can view a short YouTube video about Hunebed D54 Havelte.
LesHamilton Posted by LesHamilton
27th July 2014ce

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Hunebed D54 Havelte


The link given by Jane (below) is mis-spelled, and does not link to Hans Meijer's 'Dolmens in the Netherlands' hunebed D54 page.

This link takes you straight there.
LesHamilton Posted by LesHamilton
15th July 2014ce
Edited 26th July 2014ce

Hans Meijer's Dolmens in the Netherlands


Jane Posted by Jane
30th July 2007ce