V-shaped passage grave
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They are similar to Wedge-shaped gallery graves in that in plan they have a narrow entrance that widens out inside into a burial chamber. The entrance passage and the burial chamber are distinguished by sill stones however meaning that they are part of the passage grave tradition.
In some cases a small sub chamber leads off from the main chamber.
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