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Welcome to the 'Stone Map' page, your guide to the ancient sites of Ireland. The main map is a clickable link to information and pictures relating to the ancient monuments of Ireland, dating from the Stone Age and later. Beneath are links to various other maps.

Fourknocks, Co. Meath Baltray, Co. Louth Tara, Co. Meath Brugh na Boinne map Loughcrew, Co. Meath Drumshallon, Co. Louth Boheh Stone, Co. Mayo Carrowmore, Co. Sligo Carrowkeel, Co. Sligo Brian Boru's Fort, Co. Clare The Turoe Stone, Co. Galway Proleek Dolmen and Gallery Grave Proleek Dolmen Brian Boru's Fort Turoe Stone Hill of Tara Fourknocks Loughcrew Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth Baltray standing stones Drumshallon standing stone Barnaveddoge standing stones Hill of Slane Carrowmore/Carrowkeel

Ancient territories
Modern Ireland map
Hill of Tara
Ancient territories at time of the Vikings. Map of Ireland.

Interactive map of Boyne Valley ancient sites

Map of astronomical alignments at Brú na Bóinne

Map of the Hill of Tara

Interactive Flash map of Boyne Valley monuments

Hill of Tara map


I have created a new map of the monuments and features on the Hill of Tara, the ancient seat of the High Kings in County Meath. The map features a lot of the ancient monuments – those extant and some that have vanished – along with modern features such as roads and buildings. The map is downloadable as a PDF so you can print it if you like. So now when you visit the Hill of Tara you can walk around the site and look for all the different archaeological remnants and find their names on the map as you go along.

Click here to download the PDF.

All information and photos, except where otherwise stated, copyright, © Anthony Murphy, 1999-2015
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