GN776.2 .P3O39 1982
London : Thames and Hudson, c1982.
Older than Stonehenge, Mycenae and the Egyptian pyramids, the huge megalithic tomb of Newgrange in Ireland stands as a testament to the achievements of our Stoneage forebears over 5000 years ago. This is an account of that structure.
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240 p.; 26 cm
0500390150 / 9780500390153
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