Carnacian

adjective
Car·na·cian | \(ˈ)kär¦nāshən\

Definition of Carnacian 

: of or relating to a late period in neolithic culture characterized by many-chambered dolmens

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History and Etymology for Carnacian

Carnac, town in Brittany, France, the locality of its type station + English -ian

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