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The rock drawing of the wild boar is quite distinct.
Irish Gaelic TORC is a boar and hence we have a good match between TORC and TAURUS which the stone(s) at Ballylowra in County Kilkenny represent, with the large carved rock being the wild pig and the small stones below and to the right of this rock being the piglets as the Hyades weaning on the wild pig. Only one of the piglets appears to be in its original position.
The line of four stars at the bottom and to the right of Gemini and to the left of Taurus are shown as four separate protruding stones in the megalithic picture of this region of the skies.