Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments
Coumaraglinmountain - Prehistoric Enclosure
Situated on flat ground at the base of a west facing slope, this enclosure is sub circular in shape and measures 35 metres E-W and 31.5 metres N-S.
The area, which is on the upper reaches of the Araglin Valley, is defined by a collapsed grass covered stone spread with a width of 2.5- 3.5 metres reduced to scarp 0.7 metres at the west end.
An entrance 1.2 metres wide at the north is defined by a single triangular shaped stone with a circular depression on its west face which is thought to be a Cupmark.
The enclosure was possibly used for habitation and commands fine views to the west over the Cnoiceen Hill in the foreground.
Cup marked stone at entrance
Enclosure from the west with entrance arrowed
Directions: This site is reached from Coumaraglin Standing Stone 2, from where it is a walk of approx 650 metres to the South East.
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