Newgrange Passage Tomb Kerbstones
In Professor Michael J. O'Kelly's book
Newgrange Archaeology, Art and Legend
the kerbstones are numbered 1 to 97. Click on the thumbnails below to view a larger
image of any of the kerbstones. (Note: Kerbstones 22 to 46 are still buried. Kerbstones
21, 47, 48, 49 and 50 are only partly visible and several others are leaning forward.)
At the neighbouring Knowth mound there are 124 surviving kerbstones -
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