Cloghnagalt/Cloch na nGealt: This bullaun stone is located about 30m W of the
Glannagalt river and about 20m E of a ringfort (KE036-059----). It consists of an irregularly-
shaped block of sandstone with a roughly flat upper surface out of which a roughly circular
depression has been carved.
The stone is .49m high, .89m wide and .74m thick and the depression measures .37m in diameter and .09m in depth.
Gleann na nGealt has been the traditional resort of lunatics since at least the 17th century (De Brún 1973, 197). They came to drink the water and eat the watercress at 2 wells in the valley (KE036-071---- and KE036-057---). The bullaun is traditionally the repository for milk and food provided for the lunatics by the women of the valley (An Seabhac 1939, 283). Two further depressions, apparently natural, are said to be the handprints of those who drank from the bullaun.
The above description is derived from J. Cuppage, 'Corca Dhuibhne. Dingle Peninsula archaeological survey. Ballyferriter. Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne' (1986), no. 964. In certain instances the entries have been revised and updated in the light of recent research.