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Navan Fort: Researchers believe 'huge' religious structures found
by Cormac Campbell, BBC News NI South East Reporter
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16 July 2020
On 16 July 2020 BBC News reported:
esearch teams believe they have found evidence of 'absolutely huge' religious structures at Navan Fort outside Armagh city. Armagh is the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland, home to both Catholic and Anglican archbishops. But before the arrival of Christianity in the fifth century it was a place of huge religious importance. Archaeologists believe they have uncovered evidence of Iron Age temples and other religious complexes.
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'... these are truly monumental structures, they are absolutely huge by the standards of the age,' [said Dr Paddy Gleeson, who is part of Queen's University Belfast (QUB) archaeology department].
'These could probably be some of the largest structures built in the first millennium BC and the first millennium AD.'
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