Definitions for "PASSAGE GRAVE"
Keywords:  tomb, burial, mound, neolithic, chamber
A large mound of stones and earth covering a stone chamber approached through a long passage from the outside.
Passage (sometimes with lateral chambers) leading to a broader burial chamber, often roofed, within round mound (which may be kerbed). Fa├žaded forecourt entrance common
A megalithic tomb from the Neolithic period. A simple corridor of large, square, vertical stones lead to a burial chamber, and the whole tomb is covered with earth. The stones are decorated with simple patterns; double spirals, triangles, zigzag lines, and the sun symbol.