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Capel Garmon Burial Chamber

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The Capel Garmon Neolithic Burial Chamber is located three quarters of a mile south of the village and approximately 200 yards (182metres) south of Ty’n y Coed farm. The megalithic monument dates back to between 1,500 and 2,200 BC and was first excavated in 1927. Classed as a Severn-Cotswold Cairn it has been significantly reduced leaving only the central chamber and an impressive 14 ton capstone Although the recovery of artefacts has been very limited some ‘Beaker-People’ late Neolithic pottery was found. The most important discovery, an iron firedog, was made some distance from cairn on a nearby farm and is believed to have been a high status votive offering to the gods of the time. During the 19th century the Capel Garmon Burial Chamber it was utilised as a stable by the local farmers of the time. In more recent years the site has been thoroughly explored and restored.

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  • Address: Rhydlanfair Road, Capel Garmon, Denbighshire, Wales, United Kingdom, LL26 0RR
  • GPS: 53.07317002331906,-3.7617015838623047
  • Part of UK: Wales
  • Sat Nav Postcode: LL26 0RR
  • Entrance Fees: Free Entry / Access via right of way
  • Disabled Access: Very limited
  • Visibility from Road: None

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