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During the course of this project, a further two possible satellite tombs were also found.
Dr Clíodhna Ní Lionáin, Devenish's lead archaeologist for the project said: "For the archaeologists involved in this discovery, it is truly the find of a lifetime." "The find of a lifetime" - archaeologist Dr Clíodhna Ní Lionáin on the discovery of a Megalithic passage tomb dating back some 5,500 years at the 18th century Dowth Hall in County Meath.
88 acres of prime land 240 metres frontage to navan/kells road 90 metres lane frontage approx.5.
This is an attractive corner plot with good road frontage - 240 metres to navan/kells road and 90 metres...
pic.twitter.com/Mhk AAo CTxp — Philip Bromwell (@philipbromwell) July 16, 2018 Dr Stephen Davis of the UCD School of Archaeology said today: "This is the most significant megalithic find in Ireland in the last 50 years, since the excavation of Knowth.
"The spate of archaeological discoveries in Brú na Bóinne in recent weeks highlights what a globally significant place this is." Speaking about the company's presence at Dowth and the importance of its heritage, Owen Brennan, Executive Chairman of Devenish said: "Devenish invested in this farm at Dowth because of its fertile soil, its location beside the Boyne and its beautiful landscape.
“This is inappropriate,” the judge said but said he understood why they would do so “on a human level”.
The six kerbstones that have been identified so far would have formed part of a ring of stones that followed the cairn perimeter.
One kerbstone is heavily decorated with Neolithic carvings and represents one of the most impressive discoveries of megalithic art in Ireland for decades.
Mr Sherlock and the woman arranged to meet at her home in Dublin in August 2015 after meeting on online dating app .
She wasn't sure if he was actually going to call and was getting ready for bed after having consensual sexual relations with another man when Mr Sherlock contacted her to say he would call over for a chat.