Belas Knap is a particularly fine example of a restored Cotswold Neolithic long barrow – complete with a false entrance and side chambers. 

Left: Belas Knap closed side-chamber

Above: Belas Knap closed side-chamber

Belas Knapp is a particularly fine example of a restored Cotswold Neolithic long barrow – complete with a false entrance and side chambers. It was excavated in 1863 and 1865 with the remains of 31 people being found inside the two chambers.

Above: Looking out from open side-chamber

Above:Taken from outside Belas Knapp Long Barrow looking into the open/restored side chamber.

Note the number of orbs and strange lights swirlinhg around the entrance. These were not seen at the time – only later on when the images were closely examined.

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