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Carrigillihy

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<b>Carrigillihy</b>Posted by gjrkImage © Gordon Kingston
Nearest Town:Castletowns_tempend (4km WSW)
OS Ref (IE):   W2180232187 / Sheet: 89
Latitude:51° 32' 13.42" N
Longitude:   9° 7' 37.76" W

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Carrigillihy Cup Marked Stone

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Carrigillihy (Cup Marked Stone) — Images (click to view fullsize)

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18th April 2009ce

Carrigillihy (Cup Marked Stone) — Fieldnotes

Visible from the farm track and 82m southwest of the stone group, is a protruding rock, flat-faced on its northeastern side. Careful study of the larger, left-hand segment of this striated panel reveals an almost perfect semicircle of cup-shaped depressions, none wider than a stout fingertip. Close to the ground, on the lower, right-hand section, is a deeply scored lattice pattern.

This may well be the "cupmarked stone" recorded on archaeology.ie, but it sits in a different part of the field, 58m west of the given coordinates.
gjrk Posted by gjrk
18th April 2009ce