Replacing the capstone on a Neolithic chamber tomb

#Picture Number AM22

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Victorian illustration to download showing a picture of workmen replacing the capstone of Le Trepied cromlech, Guernsey, 1870. They winch the huge stone using a tripod, and clear the site with picks and spades. Le Trepied is a Neolithic chamber tomb, or passage grave. During the 17th century, it is said to have been a meeting place for witches.