The find is the biggest in 50 years, say archaeologists

What has been called "Ireland's biggest archaeological find in 50 years" has been unveiled in County Meath.

Excavations on farmland at Dowth Hall near Newgrange have uncovered a passage tomb cemetery that dates back 5,500 years.

Among the significant finds is a large carved kerbstone, similar to the ones at Newgrange.

During the dig at the megalithic site, two more tombs were discovered which haven't yet been fully explored.