Tomb (dolmen) is one of the representative tomb styles of the Bronze
Age. As an important source for clarifying the culture and social
conditions of the time, in general, they are technically categorized
into table type (northern style), chess-board type (southern type,
bedrock type), and stone lid type.
Yeoncheon Yangwon-Ri Jiseok Tomb is a table type, where a tomb
chamber has been made aboveground with four support stones and put
on top of which is a large cover stone (lid stone) to make a table
shape. Currently, the blocking stones that used to block both sides
have disappeared, and only the two support stones remain.
Presently, the lid stone (Size 4.5m×3.5m, side 3.75×3.20)
is heavily tiled due to a sever imbalance of the right support stone,
and the burial accessories seem to have been robbed. The left support
stone is 2.70m×5.5cm, and the right stone is the size of about