ME01930 - ANNEVILLE or CLONARD OLD - Stone trough

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There is no evidence of ancient or medieval structures in the graveyard (ME047-007001-) at the site of the parish church of Clonard and the probable site of St Finnian's early monastery (ME047-007----), apart from a face corbel (ME047-007004-) in the tower of the now closed Church of Ireland church that was built in 1810 and a rectangular, flat-bottomed trough (dims 0.91m x 0.54m; D 0.37-0.39m) of uncertain date and function cut in the bedrock just SW of the surviving church. (Wilde 1850, 56-8) Compiled by: Michael Moore Date of upload: 9 April, 2015

Description Source: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.

Monument Details

Address:
ANNEVILLE or CLONARD OLD, Meath
GPS:
53.4508, -7.00699
SMRS:
ME047-007003-
what3words:
sanest.granite.honk

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