KNOCKANEREAGH Boulder Burial 2
Not marked on the Historical maps but on the modern OSI (DS 2nd Ed. No. 86)
map as ‘boulder burial’, is situated in pasture in undulating countryside, with a
coniferous wood to the north and commanding views to the south & west towards
the Shehy Mountains, west of the R587. The western most boulder burial beside the
stone pair, is an irregularly shaped, orange-coloured, quartz boulder, with an
almost flat top, measuring 0.9m in height, 1.m in width & 0.9m in depth, which
rests on four support-stones. Two more orange-coloured quartz stones and a
smaller sandstone block lie on the ground, lie 0.5m to the WSW. A standing stone
pair (
CO094-130002) is 0.75m to the ENE and a second boulder-burial (CO094-
130001) stands 25m to the ENE.
51°48'36"…N 9°2'33"…W
SMR No.:-CO094-130003
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Knockanereagh Boulder Burial2, Co. Cork