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Field of Towers…

County Tyrone, Wednesday, June 18, 2022…

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Barbrook One* on Big Moor

in Derbyshire, England, follows a similar pattern.

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But there, the cairn is associated with only one circle.

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And the cairn has a different structure.

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The stones heaped

in a mound

rather than a hub.

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Though there are cairns

like that on Little-Big Moor too.

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It is enough to start one pondering.

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In, the Battle of Moytura,*

the healing well of the Crafty Folk

is blocked by the Fomorians using river stones.

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It is a decisive moment in the battle.

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And means that the warriors slain in the fight,

can no longer be brought back from the dead alive.

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It may be possible

to get this site working again.

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*Barbrook One – For the opening to an investigation of this site click here.

*The Battle of Moytura – For a contemporary re-telling of this tale click here.

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