So here’s the Wikipedia definition:
We saw other dolmen during our stay, and I realise now that not only are there many of them in Brittany, but all over the world. Including Stonewylde! Here’s a little bit from “Magus of Stonewylde” with the first mention of the dolmen that Clip likes to use for his shamanic journeys:
Up ahead, built almost on the summit of the hill, was a strange stone structure. Two massive upright stones formed an entrance, capped by a great horizontal stone creating a roof. Sylvie paused and stared. It looked prehistoric. Then she noticed a thin trickle of smoke above the stone shelter, and a movement inside caught her eye …
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Lovely piccies! Where we lived in the Netherlands there were many hunebedden – and it was one of our favourite weekend ‘things to do’ to visit as many of them as possible.