Newgrange: Archaeology, Art and Legend

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Thames and Hudson, 1982 - History - 240 pages
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Newgrange is unhesitatingly regarded by the prehistorian as the great national monument of Ireland; in the words of the late Sean O'Riordain, 'one of the most important ancient places in Europe'. Its special importance has been widely realized since the early description by Edward Lhwyd in 1699, and each generation finds in it something new and interesting.

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I too, have not read the book. But I will surely cite it in my archaeology paper due tomorrow.

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