Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments

'Stumbled On' - previously unrecorded items

Possible Ogham Letter?

Possible Ogham Letter?

"I found this small stone recently while crossing over Coumaraglin mountain near Kilrossanty. What makes it interesting is the mark on one side which is 2 mm deep. The stone itself, which measures just 5X5 cm and is red sandstone. The big question is, was the mark naturally formed or incised as...

Mysterious Ring

Mysterious Ring

"I was near the summit of Crohaun mountain just walking around looking to see if I could get anyway interesting shots of Dungarvan Bay, when there in the heather below me I saw this circle". "I reckon it must be about 2 meters in diameter". "Firstly, I thought it may have been made by someone as...

A Bullaun Or Not ?

 A Bullaun Or Not ?

"On a recent trek over the mountain above the village of Kilrossanty I came across this interesting stone which was just lying alongside the rough track". "The stone, which measures about 30cm X 23cm, has two rough Ballaun-like indentations on either side". "In this area there is a profusion...

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Waterford's  tallest standing stone is  located 5 km from Tramore. The impressive stone measures 3.7m in height. See it  Here

 

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