Old Maps showing Newgrange & Knowth
These maps were produced in 1837,
are both referred to as Moats.
In a later hand written alteration Newgrange is referred to as a Tumulus.
Newgrange showing the internal passage and chamber on a map dated 1837.
Close up of Newgrange showing the Standing Stones on a map dated 1837.
Knowth Mound referred to as a Moat (top of map), date of map 1837.
Close up of Knowth with a hand written note showing one entrance, date of map 1837.
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