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A second burial chamber near Großenrode, only 60 m away from Grave I, shows an amazing mixture of architectural elements, combining non-megalithic ("dendric") and megalithic features. The entrance consists of a so-called "Lochstein" (perforated stone), which is a typical feature of the gallery graves of Hesse and Westphalia. Finds and radiocarbon dates confirm a close chronological relation between Grave I and II.
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Rinne, Christoph. 2012. “Das Kollektivgrab Großenrode II”. Journal of Neolithic Archaeology, March. https://doi.org/10.12766/jna.2002.76.