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The gallery, 6 metres long, and facing SW, is a single chamber, bounded by typical double wall of stones.Parallel to the gallery is the heel-shaped kerb which connects with the flat fa├žade of the tomb.It comprises eight stones (two fallen) averaging one metre in height, two of which, only 90 cm apart, form an entrance to the N with another pair set radially outside the circle, slightly farther apart.This entrance passage, 2.1 metres long, faces a large axial stone: a rectangular slab 150 by 90 cm on the opposite side of the circle.Lower slowly for 2 seconds, press back up to start, and squeeze your triceps hard at the top of the movement.Pro Tip: Rest your bicep against your head and keep it there throughout the movement.There are two outliers to the N and S sides, 4 metres tall and recently re-erected - but one has fallen again !In the middle of the circle is a large hole, where presumably a boulder or ~ 400 metres SSW, W of the lower road, beside a derelict (maybe now rebuilt) house, up a grassy lane bounded on the N side of spruce-trees, and itself surrounded by trees, in the same townland (W 280 833) is an axial stone circle, 4.7 metres in diameter, of ten stones and a loose flagstone lying beyond the axial stone.

Two large thorn trees are growing on the south side of the stones (all about 1.2 metres high) make it even harder to detect in the landscape. The entrance and the almost-square axial stone to the SW are aligned with a notch in the distant hills.

Visible to the W of a by-road running N and skirting a forestry plantation, this neat little wedge-tomb (known locally as "The Flags") stands 90 cm high in a field, and has a capstone 2.4 metres square, resting on two sidestones and a back-stone.

Some of the double-walling survives, and a small stone 40 cm high splits the entrance between the two side-stones.

Overlooking Bantry Bay and Kealkill village, it comprises a fine 5-stone axial circle of large stones, with 2 outlying monoliths, the higher of which is now almost 4 metres high. This is one of the few circle sites to have been excavated, and inside the circle was found a setting of crossed timber sleepers which may perhaps have held an upright of wood or stone.

Like most stone-rows, the two outliers are on a NE-SW axis, parallel with that of the circle and aligned on a notch in the hills opposite.

Two large thorn trees are growing on the south side of the stones (all about 1.2 metres high) make it even harder to detect in the landscape. The entrance and the almost-square axial stone to the SW are aligned with a notch in the distant hills.

Visible to the W of a by-road running N and skirting a forestry plantation, this neat little wedge-tomb (known locally as "The Flags") stands 90 cm high in a field, and has a capstone 2.4 metres square, resting on two sidestones and a back-stone.

Some of the double-walling survives, and a small stone 40 cm high splits the entrance between the two side-stones.

Overlooking Bantry Bay and Kealkill village, it comprises a fine 5-stone axial circle of large stones, with 2 outlying monoliths, the higher of which is now almost 4 metres high. This is one of the few circle sites to have been excavated, and inside the circle was found a setting of crossed timber sleepers which may perhaps have held an upright of wood or stone.

Like most stone-rows, the two outliers are on a NE-SW axis, parallel with that of the circle and aligned on a notch in the hills opposite.

The circle must originally have been impressive, but the only stones now standing are the entrance stones, the axial stone (overthrown) and three others.