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 Kong Asger Høj, near Fanefjord, Møn, Denmark 
 Keywords: One of the largest Late Stone Age passage graves in Denmark. It is 10 metres long and 2 metres wide and was built between 3000 and 1500 BC as a common grave, being opened to receive the newly deceased and then resealed afterwards. Danish king Hoj burial mound old ancient prehistoric pagan death dead afterlife superstition belief religion lgpl

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Photographer: Leslie Garland
Collection: Byker Wall
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Kong Asger Høj, near Fanefjord, Møn, Denmark

Keywords: One of the largest Late Stone Age passage graves in Denmark. It is 10 metres long and 2 metres wide and was built between 3000 and 1500 BC as a common grave, being opened to receive the newly deceased and then resealed afterwards. Danish king Hoj burial mound old ancient prehistoric pagan death dead afterlife superstition belief religion lgpl