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Notes on a Stone Circle in County Cork

Nature volume 81, page 126 (29 July 1909) | Download Citation

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IN view of several references made in NATURE lately to stone circles in Ireland (vol. lxxix., p. 488, February 25), the following notes on one situated at Drumbeg, near Glandore, County Cork, may prove of interest, especially as this circle contains the characteristic “recumbent stone” of the “Aberdeenshire” type in the south-western half of its circumference, a feature not hitherto met with outside that locality.

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