i cannot read latin, the temple-priest(coin worshiping) classes of the world made sure that the youth of today would be ignorant of the history of this planet.
Gerald Barry or Gerald Cambrensis, who lived during the Norman invasion of Ireland wrote volumes on the geography and history of Ireland, in the Latin language. I have not read any of his works but according to Thomas Moore, in vol 1 of his history of Ireland, Moore states that Cambrensis mentioned that at least two stonehenge like structures existed on this island before the Normans arrived to plunder. One of these Henges existed in Louth(near Dundalk) the other in Kildare.
Now I did read, i think it was Edward Ledwich - in his antiquities of ireland, who mentioned that Cambrensis was made to recant or acknowledge that he had several errors in his works. These so called Henge like structures could have been included in what was recanted but i would be surprised if Moore was unaware of what Cambrensis recanted.
Has anyone out there read Cambrensis's works? or confirm or add weight to the possible existence on this island of Henge like structures before the arrival of the Norman pirates?
Sidenote - in Hallidays Scandinavian kingdom of Ireland, there is a drawing of Dublin bay with a Henge like structure placed over beside Dalkey hill