Stone to Iron Age 4000 bc – 500ad

Stone to Iron Age 4000 bc – 500ad

A Norman motte or an ancient passage tomb ?

This NATIONAL MONUMENT is Ninch Barrow Mound located in Laytown. co.Meath. It possibly dates from approx c.400 a.d and stands nearly 20 feet high with a diameter of 75 feet. It resembles a Norman motte [...]

UNESCO World Heritage Site – Europe’s greatest collection of Megalithic Art in one location

Knowth is Ireland's most spectacular complex of prehistoric passage tombs. This World Heritage site dates from about 3000 b.c and is not only the largest of the three great passage tombs in the Boyne Valley [...]

Ireland’s most iconic dolmen & the hole of sorrows

The Poulnabrone Dolmen, Caherconnell. County Clare       c. 3600 b. c. The Poulnabrone Dolmen is a national monument and dates from c. 3600 b. c. Its timeless simplicity has made it one of the most photographed [...]

Fianna Fail, the soldiers of destiny and the inauguration stone for the High King of Ireland

The Stone of Destiny otherwise known as the 'Lia Fail' is located on the inauguration mound on the Hill of Tara, co. Meath. It served as the coronation stone for hundreds of years for the [...]

The Druids, St Patrick & The Temple of Deen

The Temple of Deen, Culdaff. County Donegal       c. 2500 – 1500 b. c. These granite rocks are the remains of a burial chamber known locally as the Temple of Deen. It is located near the [...]

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