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Wedge Tomb

Claggan (Wedge Tomb) by ryaner Claggan, late August 2013
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Posted by ryaner
5th September 2013ce
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Comments (3)

Reminds me of Sweyne's Howes on the Gower in South Wales. Is the mound/cairn round? thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
5th September 2013ce
More oval/ovoid as far as I remenber. On here as a wedge tomb, down as a portal tomb in the Arch. Inventory of Donegal. ryaner Posted by ryaner
6th September 2013ce
Oval sounds even more like Sweyne's Howes. The southern one is so ruined it's not possible to tell what form the chamber took. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
6th September 2013ce
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