Close up of lintels at the chamber end of the passage.
Left is NW and the main part of the passage, right is SE and the chamber itself, the very edge of the rightmost lintel being flush
with the chamber walls. Note how the first two lintels in from the chamber are laid flat, these were the only two to be found in
 this orientation, all of the remaining lintels being edge-set, presumably for strength reasons.

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