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Deuvelsstein - Restrup
Deuvelsstein - Restrup

This megalith is also called "Näpfchenstein" because it has small dents from prehistoric chiselers. It is assumed that social bindings were documented with these.

Some of these stones have special cultural history. Often, there are significant erratic stones, or cromlechs on exceptional places, that are shown here. Many are accompanied with saga and tales. As there are no written documents from the originating times, acquiring knowledge depends on local findings. Chemical analyses of the soil can shed light on cultural usage. Sometimes there are findings of prehistoric tools, i.e. flintstone knives.

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Town:49626 Restrup
Picture file name:i2_imgp5652.jpg
Picture date:16.05.2010 15:33:00

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