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Buried Treasures Found Near Newgrange

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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.

 

 

 

 


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