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The Story of Carnaghan Portal Tomb

Carnaghan (Baile Mhic Cearnacháin or 'The King's Grave') portal cairn/tomb, Inch Island, Co. Donegal, Ireland. C320238  (55.060722, -7.499917) On private farmland, Carnaghan or Baile Mhic Cearnacháin meaning Townland of Carnaghan, is derived from the word "cearnach" meaning "victorious", which all links these stones and townland to Conall Cearnach, the fabled warrior from the Ulster Cycle of… Continue reading The Story of Carnaghan Portal Tomb