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CIIC 267. Dromore II, Co. Waterford

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National Monuments Service Record Number: WA029-042006-

Site Type

Burial ground



Possible early ecclesiastical site (Cell Tíre – Kiltera). 'Later prehistoric or early Christian cemetery comprising a circular grass-covered area (diam. c. 36m) defined by a slight stone bank' (Moore 1999, 172). No evidence for church. Two ogham stones built into wall at W still on site. The interior of the burial ground was investigated by Macalister (1935, 1-16) in 1934 during which the third ogham stone was uncovered and is now in the National Museum of Ireland.


'Slate', 1.30m x 0.41m x 0.25m (converted from Macalister 1945, 263).


'Inscription pocked on the two northern angles (up-up) and in good order'. Macalister (1945, 263-4) goes on to explain MACI LU MUCOI LUGA by suggesting that 'the scribe found that he had made a mistake (having written maci for mucoi: compare the preceding inscription [CIIC. 266]), and so he began again on the second angle, and wrote the corrected version...The last three letters are carried across the face of the stone in the same manner as the end of the preceding inscription: the consonant G and its flanking vowels are not as carefully differentiated as they might have been'.





  • The tribal name MUCOI LUGA, which also occurs on CIIC. 266 Dromore I, is as yet unidentified (McManus 1991, 112).



on site at Kiltera burial ground by Mr Michael Beary of Dungarvan sometime after the discovery of the first (Macalister 1945, 262) in the townland of Dromore and barony of Decies within Drum. (GPS coordinates -7.847708, 52.074382)


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Last Recorded

On site in graveyard of Kiltera. The present location of this stone may be accessed via the National Monuments Service Historic Environment viewer on www.archaeology.ie.

History of Recording

Discovered by Mr Michael Beary of Dungarvan sometime after the discovery of the first in 1861 (Macalister 1945, 262).


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