Killeavy old churches

Killeavy churches
Killeavy churches, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Killeavy churches
11th Century (West Church) and 15th Century (East Church with arched window

Killeavy church, lintel doorway
11th Century lintel doorway with huge granite slabs

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb revisited

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb
Ballymacdermot Court Tomb, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb

Looking into the gallery from the court

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb

The entrance to the gallery from the court

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb

The view from behind the chambers

Ballard Standing Stone – the Long Stone

Ballard Standing Stone aka the Long Stone
Ballard Standing Stone aka the Long Stone, Armagh, Northern Ireland

Ballard Standing Stone aka the Long Stone
The stone lies just of a narrow winding road in the beautiful countryside of south Armagh

Ballard Standing Stone aka the Long Stone

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb
Ballymacdermot Court Tomb, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb
View of the gallery from the court

Clontygora Court Tomb

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Clontygora Court Tomb, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Clontygora Court Tomb

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Entrance to the gallery of Clontygora Court Tomb

Clontygora Court Tomb

Clontygora Court Tomb

Kilnasaggart pillar stone

Kilnasaggart pillar stone (Cross inscribed stone)

kilnasaggart stone pillar

The inscription ‘This place, bequeathed by Temoc, son of Ceran Bic, under the patronage of Peter, the Apostle.’

Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone

13 crosses are inscribed on the stone

Moyry Castle

Moyry Castle

Moyry Castle, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

moyry-castle

Killeavy old churches

Killeavy old churches
Killeavy churches, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. 11th Century (West Church) and 15th Century (East Church with arched window)

Killeavy old churches
Killeavy churches, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. 11th Century church ruins with huge granite slabs forming the lintel doorway

Killeavy old churches
St. Moninna’s grave at Killeavy churches. On this site St. Moninna founded a monastery for nuns in 517