A taula (meaning `table` in Catalan) is a T-shaped stone monument found on the Balearic island of Minorca. Taulas can be up to 3.7 metres high and consist of a vertical pillar (a monolith or several smaller stones on top of each other) with a horizontal stone lying on it. A U-shaped wall often encloses the structure. They were built by the Talai.....
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(from the article `architecture, Western`) ...or funerary monuments. There are also other types of megalithic monuments in the Balearic Isles; examples include the naveta, or collective tomb ... ...remains, dating from about the middle of the 2nd millennium and representing a culture that continued with little change until Roman times,...
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