Loughcrew cemetery, Cairn T. This, the principal tomb on Slieve na Calliaghe hill, was excavated by Conwell; the monument has been restored by the Office of Public Works. A kerbed cairn, 35m in diam., contains a cruciform passage-tomb opening to SE. Decoration occurs on nineteen orthostats, two sill stones, eight roof stones, one kerb stone, and on one other lost fragment. (Herity 1974, 242; Sheet 1981, 214-17) SMR No.:ME015-012004-

CountryIreland
CollectionArchaeology Survey of Ireland, Department of the Arts, heritage and the Gaeltacht
Year-4000, -2500
Rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Repository Pagehttps://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/2048705/object_HA_217...
Web Pagehttp://3dicons.ie/3d-content/sites/86-loughcrew-t#descriptio...
Subject TermsMegalithic tomb - passage tomb
Provider3D ICONS