Carn Domhnach I

Monument Type
Parish

This Site is in Donegal. This stone sculpture is one of two which flank a high cross (DG011-035009-), a National Monument in state ownership (no. 271).
The high cross, and the two stone sculptures were moved to this location to protect them from erosion. The original location of these monuments, indicated as 'Cross' on the 1836 and 1903 OS 6-inch maps, is recorded under the numbers: DG011-035005-; DG011-035007-; DG011-035008-.

Baile an Mhuilinn

Monument Type

Two prostrate stones lie within 50m of a pair of standing stones (KE043-213----) and within 20m of a tall standing stone (KE043-215----), on gently sloping pastureland on the N side of Dingle Harbour. The W stone measures 3.25m x 1.4m x .5m thick and bears no markings. The 2nd stone measures 4.2m x 1.25m x .6m thick. On its sloping E face the decoration, with the exception of a single cup-and-circle, is confined to the broad N end.

An Choill Mhór

Monument Type
Parish

This large boulder, 1.78m x 1m x .25m thick, has been decorated at either side of its smooth upper surface with a cup-and-3 circles.
Beside the E design is a small cup-and-circle with a possible outer circle. The long, linear groove extending NW from the E cup-and-3 circles also appears to be artificial.
The stone straddles the low remains of a disused field wall and, if in its original position, suggests an Early Bronze Age or earlier date for the field system. However, it may well have been removed from elsewhere for reuse in the wall.

Cill Eilthín

Monument Type
Parish

Townland: KNOCKGLASS MORE

Scheduled for inclusion in the next revision of the RMP: Yes

Description:

This irregularly-shaped boulder formerly lay on the strand at the base of the low cliffs that border the S side of Tralee Bay (see KE037-084----).

It is very likely that the stone may have fallen to this position from the land above due to erosion of this area by the sea.