The korreds are supposed to live in the cromlechs, of which they are believed to have been the builders.
Like beliefs attach to cromlechs in the Haute Auvergne, and other parts of France.
This stone is probably some kind of relative to the cromlechs of the Celtic Druids.
It was a good hour's walk from the cromlechs to Birk Water, the lake where they intended to pick the rushes.
A group, which stands on the brow of Vestrafiold, appears to have included two if not three cromlechs.
These pillars may be grouped in circles, cromlechs, or in long radiating rows, alignments.
Dotted all over the vast plains are dolmens and cromlechs of varying size.
They were the builders of the cromlechs, dolmens, and other megalithic structures so common in various parts of the old continent.
In death, he was buried with his kin in long mounds of earth called barrows, in chambered cairns and cromlechs or dolmens.
With his own eyes he had seen "dolmens" and "cromlechs" not six months old.