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Port-Hole Slab

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A stone slab with a (usually) circular hole, often forming the entrance to a megalithic chamber tomb. Sometimes the hole is square, or the entrance is made from two slabs set side by side with notches cut from their adjoining edges. These are found from western Europe to India. The holes are usually large enough to allow the passage of a human and generally served to provide restricted entrance to a tomb of part of a tomb.