Lugaid mac Con RoÃ has three magical spears made, and it is prophesied that a king will fall by each of them. Clochafarmore is a menhir (standing stone) and National Monument in County Louth, Ireland. In the 1920s a bronze spearhead was found in the field, perhaps showing it to be a genuine ancient battle-site. The region is known as An Breisleach MÃ³r, âThe Great Carnage", while the field in which this stone stands is called the Field of Slaughter. Clochafarmore is located 1.4 km (0.87 mi) east-northeast of Knockbridge, Dundalk on the left bank of the River Fane. The light disappears only after his right hand is cut off. CÃº Chulainn ties himself to a standing stone â traditionally Clochafarmore ("Stone of the Big Man"), which had been erected to mark the grave of a past great warrior. CÃº Chulainn continues to fight his enemies, and it is only when a raven (the traditional form of The MorrÃgan) lands on his shoulder that his enemies believe he is dead. This standing stone is traditionally associated with the death of the legendary hero CÃºchulainn. Lugaid approaches and beheads him, but as he does so the "hero-light" burns around CÃº Chulainn and his sword falls from his hand and cuts Lugaid's hand off. With the first he kills CÃº Chulainn's charioteer LÃ¡eg; with the second he kills CÃº Chulainn's horse, Liath Macha; with the third he hits CÃº Chulainn, mortally wounding him. The standing stone, 3 metres high, was erected at an unknown point in the distant past, believed to be during the Bronze Age.