Hunebed G2: Excavation and finds
The remains of a levelled hunebed with seven pairs of sidestones were excavated during the winter 1969-1970. Almost all structural parts had been removed or destroyed, but the contents of the chamber remained in situ, although fragmented. A large number of (mainly reconstructable) pots, many flint artefacts (arrowheads, bikkels, axes) and amber beads were found. In addition, sherds of an EGK amphora, three Bell Beakers and two Bell Beaker knives indicate later activity. A sherd af a kogelpot dates the destruction of the hunebed to the late 10th or 11th century AD.