Prince Conall's Grave, a beautiful court cairn with a kennel hole entrance. This site is beside the road to Glenfarne about 3 km east of the village of Kiltyclogher in County Leitrim.


Sites in County Sligo

The Coolrea Peninsula Carrowmore Knocknarea Queen Maeve's Cairn Cairns Hill Tobernalt holy well Sliabh Da Eán Croghaun Cairn Doomore Cairn Barnabrack Circle Culleenamore Middens The Glen of Knocknarea Cloverhill
Tobernaveen holed standing stone
Barnasrahy Abbeyquarter Circle
Knocknashee Muckelty Hill Streedagh Cloughcor Benbulben Diarmuid and Grainne's cave Lisnalurg Creevykeel Cliffoney Easkey dolmens Deerpark Drumcliffe


The Bricklieve Mountains Carrowkeel Cairn A Cairn B Cairns C and D Cairn E Cairn F Cairn G Cairn H Cairn K Cairn L Cairns M & N Cairns O & P Doonaveeragh Village Doonaveeragh hut sites Lough Arrow The Caves of Kesh Kesh Cairn Kesh Mythology Cairnanweeleen Lough na Leibe cairns Heapstown Cairn The Labby Rock Ardloy Shee Reevagh Moytura Shee Lugh Second Battle of Moytura

Carrowmore introduction Carrowmore monuments Carrowmore research Carrowmore dates Carrowmore finds
Carrowmore burials
Carrowmore destruction Clickable map of Carrowmore Borlase's introduction to Carrowmore
Site 1
Sites 2 and 3 Site 4 Sites 5 and 6 Site 7

Site 7 by Borlas Site 8 Sites 9 9A and 10 Sites 11, 11A, 11B and 12 Site 13 Sites 14, 15 and 16 Site 17 Site 18 Site 19 Sites 20 - 25 Site 26 Site 27 Site 27 - excavation Sites 28 - 31 Sites 32 - 36 Sites 37 - 41 Sites 42 - 45 Sites 46 - 48 Sites 49 and 50 Listoghil (Site 51) Listoghil - Borlase Sites 52 - 55 Site 56 Sites 57 - 60


Art + some other sites

 

 

Totem Pole
Newgrange Table

Rubbings

Medicine Wheels

Milwaukee Festival 1998

Article by John Michell & Martin Brennan.
The Enchanted Caves of Kesh Corran by James Stephens.
Tara
Kells
Fourknocks
Gallen Priory
Oranmore
Hill of Uisneach
The Burren, Co Clare
The Aran Islands
Inishmurray Island
Creeveykeel
Knocknashee
Muckelty Hill
Easkey
The Ceide Fields
Croagh Patrick
Cong's stone circles
Ballymacgibbon Cairn
Ecohy's Cairn
Daithi's Cairn
Account of the First Battle by William Wilde
Knockma
Rathcroghan
Sheebeg
Sheemor
Castlestrange
Turoe Stone
Boa Island
Kilmonaster Complex
Kilclooney Dolmen
Greenan of Ailleach
Benbulben
Tinacarra Dolmen

Jacob the donkey calls in for a visit, The Donkey Sanctuary, Carrowkeel.