This is the present location for a Rathdown-type slab from Tully church, Laughanstown (DU026-023010-). It was found lying south-west of the chancel. It is a tapered granite slab with two vestigial arms protruding from the edges (H 1.51m, Wth 0.41-0.27m, T 0.08m). It bears three groups of concentric circles on a centre band with herringbone pattern on each side (Ó hÉalidhe 1973, 56, 57, B 13; ). The slab was taken into storage by the OPW in 1989. (Swords 2009, 93-4).
Compiled by: Paul Walsh
Date of upload: 19 September 2014Description Source: Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage