Megaliths in Ireland, including Northern Ireland.
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Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the Boyne
Description of the Brú na Bóinne Complex consisting of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, and its justification for being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Field Guide to Megalithic Ireland
Essays and gazetteer by Anthony Weir. Photographs and commentary on menhirs and standing-stones.
Portal site to Knowth, Newgrange, Dowth, Fourknocks and Loughcrew, the 5000-year old megalithic monuments in the county of Meath on the east coast of Ireland.
Offers a guide to megalithic and early Christian sites, with photographs, brief histories, and locations.
Megalithic Monuments of Ireland
Photography, guide and directions to the megalithic tombs and monuments of Ireland.
A gazetteer and photo gallery of sites. Features maps and sites by county, as well as links to related resources.
A comprehensive examination of Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth, Tara, Fourknocks, Loughcrew and other Stone Age sites of Ireland in the context of astronomy, mythology, art and archaeology.
Newgrange was built over 5,000 years ago by the farming community that lived in the Boyne Valley on the east coast of Ireland. Includes information on the monuments and for visitors.
Stones of Ireland
A guide to prehistoric monuments in Ireland from The Stone Pages by Paola Arosio and Diego Meozzi. Photographs and descriptions of tombs, cairns, crannogs, stone forts, dolmens, standing stones and stone circles.
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