Sliabh na Calliagh Passage Tomb complex is one of Ireland’s finest prehistoric archaeological sites. I am delighted to present a guest blog by the wonderful Lynda McCormack that explains the archaeological significance of the complex and its role in the autumnal equinox. Lynda is currently carrying out Doctoral Research at the Department of Archaeology at NUI Galway and Sliabh na Calliagh is one of her study areas.
The Autumnal Equinox and the Sliabh na Calliagh Passage Tomb Complex By Lynda McCormack
The Sliabh na Callaigh Passage Tomb Complex often referred as the Lough Crew Complex is located in the north west of County Meath on a raised ridge of lower carboniferous limestone which erupts in four individual summits known as Carnbane West, Newtown hill, Carnbane East and Patrickstown Hill. The central and highest hill within this ridge is Carnbane East. At a height of 274m this is the highest point…
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