To the west of the A229 is Kent's most famous Neolithic burial chamber. The capstone measures 13 feet by 9 feet, and the earthen mound, which covered the stones, was 170 feet long. Legend has it that the burial mound was the tomb of Catigern, a British chief killed fighting the Saxons, although it is actually far older.
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