Passage
Tombs

Most passage tombs (c. 3500 — 2900 BCE) consist of a circular stone or earthen mound, bordered by a curb of large stones, with an interior chamber containing several burial niches. Some examples are decorated with abstract patterns created by the megalithic artists.

Carrowkeel

Dowth

 

Fourknocks

 

Árd Ladhran

Keshcorran and

the Caves of Kesh

Slieve

Gullion

Loughcrew

Newgrange