First reported unknown sources; possibly 13th century
Not officially recognized or listed as a hunebed, information is scarce about this remnant of a gallery grave that lies near the entrance to the St. Margaretha church in the centre of the town of Norg. Two capstones and several supporting stones protrude from the ground. It is likely that the church, which dates to the 13th century, was built on a much older site, and the hunebed is what remains. Although building churches on ancient sites was common practice, Norg escaped the usual habit of looting hunebed stones for church foundations (as in Odoorn and Emmen, for example).