Dr. Clíodhna Ní Lionáin led the team that discovered a 5,500-year-old passage tomb in Dowth, Co. Meath
At the West Cork Stone Symposium, Clíodhna will discuss with us the significance of the site and the kinds of techniques that led to its discovery.
Location: Philips’ Green Centre, Durrus
Date and Time: Friday 22nd March, 5:30pm
Price: €6 online; €5 on the door (free to workshop attendees)
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Learn more about one of the most significant stone monuments uncovered in Ireland
Dr Clíodhna Ní Lionáin of University College, Dublin – a familiar face at the West Cork Stone Symposium! – will talk about the fascinating process of uncovering a 5,500-year-old passage tomb at Dowth Hall in the heart of the Brú na Bóinne World Heritage site in Co Meath.
Clíodhna led the team that uncovered the tomb and will talk about the significance of the site and the kinds of techniques that led to its discovery.