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Evidence of enormous temples found at Northern Ireland's Navan Fort
by Alex Fox
Smithsonian Magazine Translate This Article
20 July 2020
On 20 July 2020 Smithsonian Magazine reported:
A non-invasive survey revealed traces of Iron Age religious structures and early medieval royal residences. According to popular lore, Navan Fort -- a circular earthwork near the city of Armagh in Northern Ireland -- was once the seat of the much-mythologized kings of Ulster. Now, reports Irish radio station RTE, archaeologists have discovered evidence of extensive activity at the site, including a vast Iron Age temple complex and residences perhaps occupied by these legendary monarchs during the early medieval era.
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The findings, published in the Oxford Journal of Archaeology, are 'quite significant,' study co-author Patrick Gleeson, an archaeologist at Queen's University Belfast, tells RTE. He describes Navan Fort as an 'incredibly important place,' emphasizing both its archaeological value and centrality in famous Irish myths ...
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