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Re: Similarities elsewhere?
Apr 01, 2013, 11:12
juamei wrote:
So, I think I agree some rearrangement has taken place, the stones look wrong at present. I've been to other dolmens and thought they looked wrong too though, but I guess it could be argued they were also rearranged (or none of them were!)

I'm afraid I just don't buy the sloping inner stone though, I've not seen anything like it or seen anything like it mentioned anywhere. I know Stonehenge is unique so other unique things are possible (and do occur especially in tomb building) but it just seems so very wrong to me...

Yes other things are possible Jamie and we have to be pretty blinkered not to appreciate that. I'me very pleased with my findings but appreciate that others will have alternative views. Twin chambers and both with access points doesn't seem that strange to me, but that's just my opinion.
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