Archaeology

Possible Bronze Age Tomb Discovered in Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula


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A possible bronze age wedge tomb has been discovered on private land in Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula. The previously unknown and untouched tomb was lined with stone. Partial excavation reveals human bones, and a worked round stone. Initial inspection suggests that there are two chambers, and that much of the tomb remains underground.

See RTE’s Ancient “untouched” tomb discovered on Dingle Peninsula for pictures.

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