Early plans, drawings and photographs of Newgrange by Irish scholar and archaeologist George Coffey


Early plans, drawings and photographs of Newgrange by Irish scholar and archaeologist George Coffey
The entrance of Newgrange as it looked before the 1960s excavation and renovation, but long after the entrance had been rediscovered by Charles Campbell’s labourers in 1699. Featured in George Coffey’s RIA paper and reproduced in William C. Borlase’s Dolmens of Ireland (Vol II).
Early plans, drawings and photographs of Newgrange by Irish scholar and archaeologist George Coffey
George Coffee’s plan and section of Newgrange from his RIA paper as featured
in Borlase’s Dolmens of Ireland (Vol. II)
Early plans, drawings and photographs of Newgrange by Irish scholar and archaeologist George Coffey
A section and plan of the passage and chamber of Newgrange by George Coffey.

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