A place where Gaelic royal inauguration ceremonies were held, which includes hilltop enclosures, earthen mounds, church sites, ringforts and, less frequently, natural locations. All are situated on low-lying hills with a good prospect (30-122m OD), generally overlooking the kingdom or lordship of the king-elect. These date from the Iron Age (c. 500 BC - AD 400) to the medieval period (5th-16th centuries AD)
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