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Wedge tomb = Irish type of chambered tomb which tapers slightly from entrance inwards beneath mound; sometimes with parallel outer walls either side.
Wings = many megalithic mounds in the southern Iberian peninsula, Sardinia and the British Isles present a concave façade with its two extremities ending in extensions known as wings or horns. They define a partly enclosed space described as the forecourt of a horned cairn. See also court cairn and Giants' Tomb.
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