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Standing stone: Quiz

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Question 1: Where they appear in groups together, often in a circular, oval, or horseshoe formation, or ________.
HengeStonehengeMegalithAvebury

Question 2: Standing stones, orthostats, liths, or more commonly ________ (because of their large and cumbersome size) are solitary stones set vertically in the ground and come in many different varieties.
DolmenSt Lythans burial chamberMegalithStonehenge

Question 3: Standing stones are usually difficult to date, but, pottery found underneath some in Atlantic Europe connects them with the ________; others in the region appear to be earlier or later however.
Bronze AgeBeaker cultureMegalithNeolithic Europe







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