Slab-lined burial

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A grave containing an extended inhumation; the sides of the grave are lined with slabs, and sometimes slabs are also used to cover the burial. The body is usually orientated east-west, with the head to the west, and there are usually no accompanying grave goods. These burials date from the 5th to the 8th century AD.

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