Aughnacliffe Dolmen – County Longford, Ireland

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Aughnacliffe Dolmen – County Longford, Ireland by Brian Keating

Original ink and watercolour drawing on fine grain – heavyweight acid free paper. Overall Paper Size: 29 cm wide X 21 cm high. Drawing Size: 25 cm wide X 19 cm high. Situated in the village of Aughnacliffe in County Longford, Ireland. The Aughnacliffe Dolmen has two capstones, an unusual feature for dolmens of this…

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Brian Keating

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    Original ink and watercolour drawing on fine grain – heavyweight acid free paper.

    Overall Paper Size: 29 cm wide X 21 cm high.
    Drawing Size: 25 cm wide X 19 cm high.

    Situated in the village of Aughnacliffe in County Longford, Ireland. The Aughnacliffe Dolmen has two capstones, an unusual feature for dolmens of this type. The large capstone, resting on top, is roughly 3 metres / 9 feet across, propped up by a upright portal or “door” stone that is around 2 metres / 6 feet tall.
    A dolmen usually consists of two or more vertical stones supporting a large flat horizontal capstone or “table”. Most date from the early Neolithic (4000–3000 BC). They are generally all regarded as tombs or burial chambers, despite the absence of clear evidence for this.

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    The drawing will be packaged between 2 sheets of acid-free paper.

    2 sheets of acid-free cardboard.

    20 mm thick high density foam boards, front, back and sides.

    Outer covering of strong paper and tape.

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