|The Ogham Stones of Ireland
|The Rock-art of Ireland
|A short, still picture video, containing some
of the ogham stones featured in my book,
'The Ogham Stones of Ireland (Complete &
Illustrated Index - 2010)', featuring the
music of Fleetwood Mac - 'Albatross'.
|A selection of photographs of various types
of Rock-art found in Ireland. The earliest
Rock-Art comes from passage tombs,
dating from the Neolithic Period
(4,000-2,500 BC), while the later La Tène
decorated stones & Tricephalic Stone
Head, date from the Iron Age (200 BC-100
AD). The music is a composition called
'May Morning Dew', played on the uillean
pipes and tin whistle.
|Knowth Passage Tomb
|Some megalithic art on the external stones
of Knowth passage tomb, Site 1, in the Brú
na Bóinne megalithic passage tomb complex
in Co. Meath, Ireland. The video, made by
Victor Reijs, is from black & white and
colour pictures of all the stones that make up
the kerb of Knowth Site 1. Some art is quite
pronounced and some not.
|Dowth Passage Tomb
|Truly amazing fly-through of laser scan
survey of the Neolithic passage tomb at
Dowth, in the Brú na Bóinne megalithic
passage tomb complex in Co. Meath,
Ireland. Survey work undertaken by
David Strange-Walker of Trent & Peak
Archaeology and Marcus Abbott of
ArcHeritage. Thanks also to Dr Steve
Davis of University College Dublin, and
the Office of Public Works, Ireland, for
funding this project.
|3D model of stone 15, Knowth Passage Tomb
|Dynamic lighting of 3D model of stone 15, Knowth Passage Tomb,
Co. Meath, Ireland, scanned using an Artec EVA 3D scanner.
Dynamic light position to emphasise carving detail.
|Source: Discovery Programme