Key:megalith_type

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Public-images-osm logo.svg megalith_type
Drizzlecombe stones 5.JPG
Description
To specify megaliths
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Requires
Useful combination
Status: In use

How to map

  • historic=archaeological_site mandatory
  • site_type=megalith mandatory
    • megalith_type=dolmen - Dolmen, Großsteingrab (German) - single-chamber megalithic tomb, see Wikipedia-16px.png Dolmen
    • megalith_type=tholos - Tholos = Beehive megalithic tomb, see Wikipedia-16px.png Beehive_tomb
    • megalith_type=menhir - Menhir = large upright standing stone, see Wikipedia-16px.png Menhir
    • megalith_type=stone_circle - stone circle, see Wikipedia-16px.png Stone circle
    • megalith_type=grosssteingrab - Avoid. Prefer the English word: dolmen , single-chamber megalithic tomb, best known as dolmen (French, English), or Großsteingrab, aka Hünengrab (German) – not to be confused with a hill tomb, or tumulus (French), aka Hügelgrab (German) ! — see Wikipedia-16px.png Dolmen and Wikipedia-16px.png Großsteingrab
    • megalith_type=passage_grave - passage grave (Ger. Ganggrab): Wikipedia-16px.png Passage grave - also called (Ger.) Langbett = long bed.
    • megalith_type=chamber - only fragments of the grave are visible and the type can no longer be identified.
    • megalith_type=nuraghe - The Wikipedia-16px.png nuraghe is the main type of ancient megalithic edifice found in Sardinia,
    • moved=yes - optional - there are graves that have been moved. [1]
    When naming the megaliths, there is no avoiding the use the regional terms that have been coined in the different historical records and the varied history of the archaeological research. A unified English terminology is not possible, because for specific types of megaliths either no English word exists, or the established localised terminology is in use.

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