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  • Some English writers apply the term cromlech to such a structure, quite incorrectly.
  • What you can see to the left of the cromlech is the fence, but foreshortened.
  • And again beyond the cromlech was a hut, shaped like a beehive of straw, built of many stones most wonderfully, both walls and roof.
  • 444 A cromlech is a prehistoric arrangement of stones, a flat stone resting on three or more stones, often associated with a tomb. for more
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  • This word was used in the 2006 Scripps National Spelling Bee finals.
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