List Of Cork Archaeological Sites
List of Cork archaeological sites
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A list of archaeological sites in
Republic of Ireland
Coastal Promontory Fort, Dromclogh
Franciscan Friary, Abbey extant 1466 suppressed 1542
Holy Well, Beach 15th. August
Iron Working Site, pre-1685
Ringfort, Ardhoolihane, Beach, Booltenagh, Bunbuttern West, Cappanaloha West, Clonee, Curraghavaddra, Dromtahineen, Lissakeemig, Mullagh, Rooska East
, Beach, Dromclogh
Bantry Area Townlands
All in the parish of Kilmocomoge, most in the Barony of
, some in the Baronies of West Carbery (West Division) one (Glanycarney) in East Carbery (East Division)
Abbey, Ard na mBrathar ('monks' height). Burial ground, friary iron working site.
Aghaghooheen, Achadh Ui Ghuithin (Guheen's field)
Ahil Beg and More, Athchoill (regrown wood). Standing stone.
Ahildotia, Athchoill Doite (burned regrown wood)
Ardaturrish Beg and More, Ard na dTuras (height of the pilgrimage). Burial ground coastal promontory fort.
Ardnacloghy, Ard na Cloiche (height of the stone)
Ardnagashel, Ard na gCaiseal (height of the forts)
Ardnageehy Beg and More, Ard na Gaoithe (windy height). Standing stone.
Ardrath, Ard Rath (high fort)
Ards More East and West, Na hAird (the heights)
Ardhoolihane, Ard Ui Uallachain (Houlichan's height)
, Beal atha na Leice (mouth of the fording flagstone)
Ballynamought, Baile na mBocht (town of the poor)
Bantry Town, Beanntrai (people of......
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