Stone Row

After viewing the ogham stones at the nearby Seskinan church I just had to see this three stone alignment. These conglomerate stones are aligned NE-SW. The stones decrease in height from tallest SW stone, which stands 1.6 metres high to the 0.65 metre high NE stone. The central stone stands 1.25m high. A fourth stone lies prostrate to the south of the row. The stone was moved to this position so may have been a possible outlier. The row stood in an enclosure known as 'Lios na dTrí gCloch'. The enclosure is no longer visible, a large embanked enclosure lies c. 80 metres to the WSW of the row.

From the south

From the northeast

Situated: From Dungarvan head north on the R672. Go about 10 kilometres take a right L511 signposted Knockboy. Then take the third right. The stone row is approx 750 metres down here on your right.

Discovery Map 82: S 2183 0525. Last visit May 2016.

Longitude: 7° 40' 50" W

Latitude: 52° 11' 56" N

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Photos: Jim Dempsey.

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