The two jambs and sill stone dividing the eastern gallery

Aghanaglack

Double-court Tomb

This double court tomb is situated in Ballintempo Forest, County Fermanagh. It has twin galleries set slightly askew to each other. The galleries are divided into two chambers separated by jambs and a low sill stone, best illustrated in the image shown left. The monument has an east-west alignment and both galleries share a huge back stone. The southern half is all that remains of the eastern court, but the western court, pictured above, is semi-circular with a large orthostat at the end of the southern arc. This court tomb is as easily accessible as Annaghmare, Rathlackan, Clontygora and Ballymacdermot which are also road- or track-side tombs

Situated: In Ballintempo Forest, County Fermanagh. From Enniskillen take the A4 west then take the B81 north to springfield, take a left here for Boho, about a kilometre after the right turn for Boho churches take a right turn to Aghanaglack, then another right onto the forest track, follow this track until you see the green sign indicating the monument.

Discovery OS Map 17: H 096 435. Last visit April 2007.

Longitude: 7° 51' 8.58" W

Latitude: 54° 20' 24.11" N

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Photos: Jim Dempsey.

The Twin Galleries

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