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16 April, 2023 - 21:00
Inside the Sacred Tomb of Newgrange: A Fascinating Look at Prehistoric Ireland (Video)
In County Meath, Ireland , stands one of the most mysterious ancient structures in the world - Newgrange . This massive stone tomb, built around 3200 BC, predates famous monuments like Stonehenge and...
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29 June, 2019 - 11:06
4,000-Year-Old Burial Revealed on Welsh Island Linked to Mysterious Druid Sorcerers
Excavations are underway on the 4,000-year-old Bronze Age burial cairn known as ‘Bryn Celli Ddu Bach’ on the British island of Anglesey, located off the north coast of Wales. Anglesey is famous for...
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26 October, 2018 - 01:49
Carrowkeel Megalithic Cemetery: Passage Tombs and An Astronomical Roofbox
Carrowkeel Megalithic Cemetery is a passage tomb complex dating to the Neolithic period. This cemetery is located in the south of County Sligo, in the western Irish province of Connacht. In...
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17 July, 2018 - 14:03
Startling new find of a 5500-year-old Megalithic Passage Tomb in Ireland is, “The Most Important Find for Half a Century”
It has been an exciting time for Irish archaeology as many ancient finds have been uncovered in recent months. The latest discovery is one of the most thrilling of all according to local experts...
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7 August, 2017 - 01:56
Archaeologists Discover Ancient Irish Funeral Practices Involved ‘Deconstruction’ of the Body
New insights into the lifeways -- and death rites -- of the ancient people of Ireland are being provided through funerary studies led by a researcher at the Department of Anatomy at New Zealand's...
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