Entrance Graves in West Penwith

Entrance graves are chambered barrows that date slightly later than quoits, circa 3000 – 2000 BC, and may have descended from them. They are similar in structure but are smaller in size and low to the ground, often large enough for only one person to crawl inside.

Bosiliack Barrow

This barrow belongs to a class of monument called Entrance Graves or Chambered Tombs, consisting of a circular kerb of stones with an entrance passage,

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Tregiffian Entrance Grave

Entrance Graves (or Chambered Tombs as they are sometimes known) date from them Neolithic period (approx 3000-2500 BC), so it was probably constructed before the stone circle.

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