Medway tomb

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A regional style of Neolithic long barrow found in the area around the River Medway in north Kent. Characterized by rectangular mounds with peristaliths and simple square chambers at one end of the mound. About ten examples are known in the group, of which the most fully explored is The Chestnuts at Addington, excavated by John Alexander in 1957.

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