Mound of Chan da Cruz 28


Description:
The general aspect of what remains of the monument (less than a third of the mound material, to a height of 90cm, survives) and its location appears to indicate that it could correspond to tumulus no. 30 of Hidalgo-Costas, although the mound is now almost completely destroyed.

In reality all that remains is a large hole used as a dump (although it cannot be discounted that it represents the remains of an old quarry). It was impossible to measure the axes; the height was measured on the eastern side, where the natural slope of the land begins.

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