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1 Korin Robinson = "Poulnabrone portal dolmen in County Clare is one of the best known neolithic monuments in Ireland. The chamber was originally covered with a cairn of stone, with probably just the massive roofslab visible at the top.Often associated with portals to the land of the Sidhe, Dolmens are known by many different names: Cromleachs, Giants Graves, Leabas, Diarmuid and Grainne's Beds, and stone tables.  Portal dolmens are often known as Diarmuid agus Grainne's beds in Irish mythological stories and folklore. Many dolmens are also associated with graves of famous giants or warriors, such as Nuada of the Silver Arm in Sligo's Labby rock. Other sites were used by the Fianna and Fionn Mac Cumhail as cooking places or Griddle Stones, especially in west Sligo."