Posted: 12th July 2018 Subject: New Henge Appears Near Newgrange as a Heatwave Hits Ireland
A summer heatwave has dried the land of the Boyne Valley in Ireland, revealing the shadows of previously unknown circular enclosures. One of the most intriguing appears to be a distinct outline of a large henge. It was found via aerial photographs taken not far from Newgrange – giving it a unique appeal over other forgotten monuments which have been coming to light as the heatwave sweeps through.
After making the find, Anthony Murphy of Mythical Ireland wrote the following post on his Facebook page:
“I'm shaking with excitement as I write this. Myself and Ken Williams of Shadows and Stone imaged some very substantial and previously unrecorded features in the fields near Newgrange this evening. They look like giant henges or enclosures, very similar in scale to Site P, and forming a row-of-three with P. Have a look at these very exciting photographs. If these turn out to be substantial discoveries, then I would be nothing short of utterly elated, chuffed and excited. We're already discussing them with an archaeologist and to say he's very excited is a huge understatement! ”
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