Le Dehus Burial Chamber

Dehus Dolmen is a prehistoric passage grave approximately 10 metres in length. One of the capstones has a remarkable carving of a man featuring a bearded face, arms and hands, with what appears to be a strung bow, and a series of symbolic designs. The carving is affectionately known as The Guardian of the Tomb. Large quantities of finds dating from 3,500-20,00BC have been found at the site, making it one of Guernsey's oldest attractions.

Perry's guide reference: Page 7, H4

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