hog-backed grave cover

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The distinctive stones used to cover graves during the 10th century ad in northern England and southern Scotland. They are characterized by rectangular blocks of stone with a flat bottom and pitched top. The upper surfaces are usually decorated with interlaced designs. They may have been made in imitation of houses or buildings.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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