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Massive ancient temple complex may lurk beneath famous Northern Ireland fort
by Laura Geggel, Associate Editor
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5 August 2020
On 5 August 2020 Live Science reported:
The remains of 'monumental temples' dating to the Iron Age and medieval buildings may be hidden underground at Navan Fort, an archaeological site in Northern Ireland, a new study finds. Navan Fort, which sits just outside of Armagh city, was the capital of the ancient province of Ulster (known in Irish as Ulaid) in pre-Christian Ireland, according to medieval texts. It's also the backdrop of various Irish myths and historical texts, which refer to it as 'Emain Macha.'
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