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chamber tomb

noun, Archaeology.
1.
a type of late Neolithic to Bronze Age tomb found in Britain and Europe, usually of megaliths covered by mounds, sometimes decorated, and used for successive family or clan burials spanning a number of generations.
Compare dolmen, passage grave.
Origin of chamber tomb
1890-1895
First recorded in 1890-95
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  • In 1895 Dr. Tsountas found twenty arrow-heads of bronze, ten in each bundle, in a Mycenaean chamber tomb.

    Homer and His Age Andrew Lang

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