Wedge Tombs

Welcome to shee-eire.com section on Wedge Tombs. A Wedge tomb refers to a passage set into a wedge-shaped mound which tapers along its length. Usually these sites are dated around the Bronze Age. A lot of these Wedge Structures were called Cromlechs up until recently.

Cavan

Aghnacally

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Burren

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Gaint's Leap 1

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Corran

Clare

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Berneens 1

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Berneens 2

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Creevagh

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Parknabinnia 1

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Parknabinnia 2

 

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Teampall

 

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Gortaclare

 

Leitrim 

 

 

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Drumany

 

 

Loughconway

 

Mayo
 

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Carrowcastle

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Carrowconeen

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Srahwee

 

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