Gortnahoula Court Tomb

Gortnahoula Court Tomb

Gortnahoula Court Tomb, Co Sligo, Ireland

Gortnahoula Court Tomb
Gortnahoula Court Tomb

Much of the site is buried under the peat with the other stones obscured by tall reeds

Auglish Stone circles

Auglish/Aughlish Stone Circle

Auglish/Aughlish Stone Circles, Derry, Northern Ireland

Auglish/Aughlish Stone Circle

A series of 5 small stone circles and alignments in the foothills of the Spirrins

Auglish/Aughlish Stone Circle
Auglish/Aughlish Stone Circle

One of the alinments

Alignment stone

Showing the alignment

The largest of the circle stones

Same stone as above

Culfeightrin Standing Stones revisited

aka Ballynagloch Standing Stones

Ballynagloch Standing Stones

Culfeightrin Standing Stones, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland

The larger standing stone in the graveyard at Culfeightrin Church

The smaller Standing Stone to the East of the larger stone

Beaghmore Stone Circles revisited

The Beagmore Megalithic Complex

Beaghmore stone circles, Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland

Alignment at Beaghmore Megalithic Complex

The Beagmore Stone Circle Complex comprises of a mixture of small stone circles, cairns, and alignments

Alignment at Beaghmore
Alignment of some of the larger stones at the Beagmore Megalithic Complex

Alignment of some of the larger stones at the Beagmore Megalithic Complex

Two of the stone circles at Beaghmore Megalithic Complex

Two of the circles and below from the top circle

Stone circle with larger entrance stones

Carrownacaw Standing Stone

Carrownacaw Standing Stone aka the Long Stone, Co Down, Northern Ireland

It leans slightly and is tied to a tree with steel wire.

The standing stone is 3m tall of Silurian rock

Beltany Stone Circle – revisited

Beltany Stone Circle

Beltany Stone Circle, Raphoe, Co Donegal, Ireland

Beltany Stone Circle

the Celtic festival of fertility known as Beltane is celebrated in early May and it is thought the circle takes its name from this festival

Beltany Stone Circle
Beltany Stone Circle
Cup marked triangle stone at Beltany stone circle

This is the cup marked triangle stone

Beltany Standing Stone

The Standing Stone at the circle

Beltany Stone Circle

Link to first visit – http://www.tonyoneill.org/2016/09/15/beltany-stone-circle/

Carrowmore Megalithic Complex revisited

Carrowmore Megalithic Complex, Co Sligo, Ireland

Carrowmore Tomb 1

Carrowmore Tomb 1

Carrowmore Tomb 3

Carrowmore Tomb 3

Carrowmore Tomb 4

Carrowmore Tomb 4

Carrowmore Tomb 7

Carrowmore Tomb 7

Carrowmore Tomb 13

Carrowmore Tomb 13

Carrowmore Tomb 13

Carrowmore Tomb 13

Carrowmore Tomb 18

Carrowmore Tomb 18

Carrowmore Tomb 51 - Listoghill

Carrowmore Tomb 51 – Listoghill

Carrowmore Tomb 51

Carrowmore Tomb 51 – the chamber in the cairn

Carrowmore Tomb 52

Carrowmore Tomb 52

Carrowmore Tomb 52a

Carrowmore Tomb 52a

Carrowmore Tomb 53

Carrowmore Tomb 53

Carrowmore Tomb 56

Carrowmore Tomb 56

Carrowmore Tomb 57

Carrowmore Tomb 57. Link for first visit to site here

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Doonfeeny/Dunfeeny Standing Stone, Co Mayo, Ireland

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Also known as Cloch Fada (Long Stone) situated in an ancient graveyard

Detail of cross on Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Detail of one of two crosses on Doonfeeny Standing Stone added to Christianise it

Temple of Deen

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

The court tomb is located on the Inishowen peninsula overlooking Trawbreaga Bay and Tremone Bay

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb
Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb
Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

Temple of Deen Court Tomb, Laraghirril, Culdaff, Inishowen, Co Donegal, Ireland

Breastagh Ogham Stone

Breastagh Ogham Stone

Breastagh Ogham Stone, Killala, County Mayo, Ireland

Breastagh Ogham Stone

The standing stone is over 3.5 metres in height

Breastagh Ogham Stone

The inscription on one side reads L.GG……SD ….LEGESCAD and on the other side MAQ CORRBRI MAQ AMLOITT, translated as “The Son of Corbbri, Son Of Amloitt”

Corrower Ogham Stone

Corrower Ogham Stone 1

Corrower Ogham Stone, Co Mayo, Ireland

Corrower Ogham Stone 2

This is a tall standing stone but…

Corrower Ogham Stone 3

the ogham inscription is quite worn

Corrower Ogham Stone 4

I’ve two interprations of the inscription “MAQ CERAN AVI ATHECETAIMIN” from http://www.megalithicireland.com/ and “Mac Uí Riaghan” from http://www.attymass.ie/ogham_stone.htm. Both sites have more info.

Corrower Ogham Stone 5

A very friendly farmer gave me access to the stone