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Ballynageeragh Portal Tomb, Waterford, Ireland

Positioned in a beautiful green meadow two hundred metres south of the headwater of the Annestown River stands this south-west facing portal tomb. Its oval capstone measures 4 metres in length and 2.65 in width, it rests on the door-stone, and a cushion stone is situated between the capstone and the backstone. 85 kata lagi

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Brownshill Dolmen, County Carlow, Southern Ireland

   Irish Grid Reference: S 75440 76846. In a field a little to the east of the village of Browneshill in County Carlow, Southern Ireland, is the Neolithic monument known as ‘Brownshill Dolmen’ or ‘Brownshill Portal Tomb’ and sometimes as Browne’s Hill Dolmen.  415 kata lagi

Burial Chamber

Countless Stones, Little Kit's Coty and Kit's Coty. Megalith survivors from the Medway valley.

Mentioned in the Dancing Hare song ‘Coldrum Stones’ which I composed in 2014 (on the forst Dancing Hare album), this is the first in  little set of articles focusing on my personal journies tothe Medway Megaliths, which extend from Addington neolithic sites up to the North Downs.  1.745 kata lagi

Neolithic Cornwall

Today we finally managed to find the layby near to the Lanyon Quoit (Neolithic Period) along the Morvah to Madron road in West Penwith. Having driven past many times it is a relief to finally find the right spot! 174 kata lagi

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Dolmens of Carlow

Carlow is the second smallest county on the island of Ireland but it has an abundance of ancient heritage.

Carlow is the home of not one but two megalithic portal tombs known as Dolmens. 351 kata lagi

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