Souterrain

Souterrain (from French `sous terrain`, meaning `under ground`) is a name given by archaeologists to a type of underground structure associated mainly with the Atlantic Iron Age. These structures appear to have been brought northwards from Gaul during the late Iron Age. Regional names include earth houses, fogous and Pictish houses. The term s...
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Souterrain

• (n.) A grotto or cavern under ground.
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Souterrain

Sou'ter·rain noun [ French See Subterranean .] A grotto or cavern under ground. [ Obsolete] Arbuthnot.
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Souterrain

An underground, or partially buried, curved like a banana chamber mostly made of stone. These are of unknown function, ; suggestions have been made that include ritual, (as some contain prehistoric and Roman carved stones), refuges from danger and as granaries. They are commonly found in Scotland - though a possible example was found at Milfieldhil...
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souterrain

In archaeology, a small underground chamber, often lined and roofed with boulders or stone slabs. Dating from prehistoric to historic times, they are found along the northern boundaries of the Old...
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Souterrain

stone lined underground passage, usually leading to a chamber.
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souterrain

underground chamber; earth-house
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