DescriptionCircles of small stones with tangential alignments of larger ones are common in the central Tyrone and E Fermanagh area, and at Beaghmore a groupof these, together with about a dozen small cairns were uncovered during peat-cutting. More lie in the uncut peat-bog beyond.One stone circle is filled with hundreds of small stones set upright. It is possible that Neolithic occupation and cultivation preeded the erection of burial cairns and ceremonial circles and alignments: some irregular lines and heaps of boulders rsembling field-fences or field-clearance may predate the ritual structures.
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