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DOLMEN DE MONT UBÉ This Neolithic passage grave was built around 6,000 years ago (c. 4000-3250 BC).It consists of a passage leading into an oval chamber with four internal cells. There may have been an outer ring of stones and a low mound over the site. Unfortunately the monument was badly destroyed by quarrymen before it was excavated in 1848. It had also been used as a rubbish dump and a pigsty. Finds from the site include burnt bone from the internal cells, fragments of decorated pottery, polished stone axes, stone pendants and a much later Roman gaming piece.
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