Tullyhogue Fort

Tullyhogue Fort
Tullyhogue Fort, Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland

Tullyhogue Fort
Tullyhogue Fort is the ancient ceremonial site where chieftains of the O’Neill dynasty of Tyrone were inaugurated as Kings on Leac na Rí (the Stone of Kings)

Tullyhogue Fort

Tullyhogue Fort

Tullyhogue Fort
Leac na Rí – the Stone of Kings stood in the center of this circular enclosure before it was destroyed by English forces in the early 1600s

Killadeas Ancient Stones

Killadeas Bishop's Stone
Killadeas – The Bishop’s Stone

Killadeas Bishop's Stone

Killadeas Standing Stone
Killadeas – Standing Stone

Killadeas Cross anb Cupmarked Slab
Killadeas – Cross anb Cupmarked Slab

Killadeas Holed Stone
Killadeas – Holed Stone

Inishmacsaint High Cross


Inishmacsaint High Cross – unknown date, possibly 12th century

Inishmacsaint High Cross

Small window in the ruined church beside the cross

Inishmacsaint High Cross

A monastery was founded by St Ninnid in the 6th century here

Inishmacsaint High Cross
Inishmacsaint Island, Lower Lough Erne, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Moneygashel Cashel

Moneygashel Cashel
The track leading to Moneygashel stone fort

Moneygashel Cashel
Moneygashel Cashel, Co Cavan, Ireland

Moneygashel Cashel
The entrance to the cashel

Moneygashel Cashel
Inside the cashel with a view to the south

Moneygashel Cashel
The building attached to the wall of Moneygashel Stone Fort

St Mura’s Cross

St. Mura's Cross aka Fahan Cross
Fahan Cross Slab aka St. Mura’s Cross, Co Donegal, Ireland

Small Fahan Cross
The small cross slab embedded into the wall of the graveyard at Fanhan

Glencolmcille Turas Station 9

Glencolmcille Turas Station 9, Co Donegal, Ireland. The decorated northern face of the holed cross pillar

The stone is also known as Cloch an Aonaigh or the Stone of the Gathering

Glencolmcille Cross Pillar

Glencolmcille Turas Station 2, Co Donegal, Ireland
Glencolmcille Cross Pillar
The pillar is  inscribed on both sides – this is the east face

Donegal Abbey

Donegal Abbey
The ruins of Donegal Franciscan Abbey on the River Eske, Co Donegal, Ireland

Donegal Abbey

Kilcar old church

Kilcar old church and graveyard
Kilcar old church and graveyard, Co Donegal, Ireland

Kilcar old church and graveyard

Kilcar old church and graveyard - Bullaun stone
The bullaun stone that sits in the ruin of Kilcar old church

Kilcar old church and graveyard

Kilcar old church and graveyard

Kilcar old church and graveyard - Grave slabs
Two of the numerous grave slabs that lie in the graveyard

Kilcar old church and graveyard - Grave slabs

 

Kilcar old church - Cairn and Holy Well

The Cairn and Holy Well in a field next to Kilcar old church

Kilcar old church - Cairn and Holy Well

The holy well flows into a bullaun stone or rock-basin