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Addington long barrow

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  1. a badly damaged Neolithic chambered long barrow near Addington in the English county of Kent

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  2. one of a group of monuments known as the Medway megaliths

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  3. an archaeological site nearby

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  4. rectangular long barrow measures 61 meters (200 ft) in length and varies from 14 meters (46 ft) to 11 meters (36 ft) in width as it narrows

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  5. orientated northeast–southwest

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  6. The edge of the barrow is marked by a kerb and the remains of the chamber may be indicated by a number of fallen stones at the northeastern end

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