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Re: Similarities elsewhere?
Apr 01, 2013, 20:59
tiompan wrote:
Yes it is possible . But hopefully without adding a spoiler to Roy's idea , what he suggests at Tethevy is quite different and doesn't involve wood .
Worth mentioning that the primary mortuary structure at Wyland's Smithy was a wooden box with wooden cover .

Being a chippy by profession using timber as a former is quite natural. Remember, not all stones are earthfast so something had to support them while the construct was being fashioned.
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