The tomb was uncovered in recent days during land improvement works being carried out by a farmer
An ancient tomb, described by archaeologists as "untouched" and "highly unusual" has been discovered on the Dingle Peninsula in Co Kerry.
The tomb was uncovered in recent days during land improvement works being carried out by a farmer.
The National Monument Service has requested that the location of the structure should not be disclosed in order to prevent the possibility of disturbance.
The tomb was uncovered by a digger during land reclamation work when a large stone slab was upturned, revealing a slab-lined chamber beneath.
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