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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.

It was made during an excavation carried out by the agri-technology company Devenish in partnership with University College Dublin School of Archaeology.

The Megalithic site beside Dowth Hall, excavated by agri-technology company Devenish and UCD School of Archaeology, dates 5 , 500 - year -old passage tomb at Dowth is ‘ find of a lifetime ’. See the latest conversations about any topic instantly. Catch up instantly on the best stories happening as they unfold. Dr Steve Davis, from UCD School of Archaeology, said: "This is the most significant megalithic find in Ireland in the last 50 years , since the excavation of Knowth.

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“ 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 . Two other possible satellite tombs were also found during the course of the excavation.“For the archaeologists involved in this discovery, it is truly the find of a lifetime,” Dr Clíodhna Ní Lionáin, Devenish’s lead archaeologist for the project said.

Dr Steve Davis of the UCD School of Archaeology added: “This is the most significant megalithic find in Ireland in the last 50 years, since the excavation of Knowth.

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