It was discovered and excavated in 1934. Three chambers, at slightly different levels, are linked by narrow ‘creeps’ and a long transverse chamber beyond is filled in and not accessible. Souterrain ware, a type of early medieval pottery, was found in the excavation. There is a faintly scratched Ogham inscription on one of the lintels in the second chamber, one of only seven known in Northern Ireland.
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