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CIIC 189. Kinard East II (CINN AIRD THOIR ), Co. Kerry

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National Monuments Service Record Number: KE053-053002-

Site Type

Ecclesiastical

Description

Site

There are no longer any visible remains of the parish church of Kinard/Teampall Chinn Aird (KE053-053001-) in the rectangular graveyard (KE053-053004-) known as Cinn Aird an Teampaill. The presence of two ogham stones (see also CIIC 188) and a bullaun stone at the site suggests that it is probably an early ecclesiastical site. The surrounding district is known locally as Tearmann Fhíonáin, from the patron saint of the Parish on whose feast-day a pattern was formerly held at the site (OSL; An Seabhac 1939, 150) (Cuppage et al, no. 863).

Monument

'Grit' (Macalister 1945, 182), 1.80m x 0.52m x 0.16m (Cuppage 1986, 328).

Text

The inscription runs along one angle and across the top of the stone (Cuppage 1986, 328). Macalister (1945, 182) read the inscription from the top of the stone downwards. McManus (1986, 21), on the other hand, read from the bottom up and across the top.

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Commentary

Locations

Found

Found in its current location in the graveyard in the townland of Kinard East and barony of Corkaguiney. (GPS coordinates -10.196619, 52.126261)

Original

Find location possibly original site

Last Recorded

Lying in the north-west side of the graveyard. The present location of this stone may be accessed via the National Monuments Service Historic Environment viewer on www.archaeology.ie.

History of Recording

Macalister (1945, 182) cites C. Graves as the first recorder of the stone in 1849. It was last recorded in 2017 by Kathleen Reen and Isabel Bennett, participants on the Corca Dhuibhne 3d project, using Structure from Motion 3d technology and processed using Agisoft Photoscan (see 3D view tab).

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