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Tag Archives: Earl of Pembroke
An encounter at Skryne
I haverecently begun to focus my Ruin hunting in the Meath area, just for a change. One of my first ports of call was to the medieval church ruin which sits atop Skryne Hill. Skryne or Skreen as it is … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, People, Photography, Places of Interest, Religious Sites, Ruins Tagged 1171AD, 1341AD, 15th Century, Augustinian, Baron, Cholmcille, Dublin, Earl of Pembroke, Ed Mooney Photography, Gaelic, Graveyard Iona, Guinness, Henry II, High Kings of Ireland, hill, Hill of Tara, Hugh De Lacy, Invasion, Ireland, John De Courcey, Kells Acail, Knights, Leinster, Lord of Meath, Meath, monastery, Monastic Settlement, Norman, photographer, Photography, relics, Richard de Clare, Ruinhunter, Scrin, Shrine, Skreen, Skryne, Skryne Castle, St. Columba, St. Lawrence, Strongbow, Ulster 57 Comments
This Abbey is one of my personal favourite sites to visit. Last week I found myself urged to make the drive down the N81 through Blessington to the small town of Baltinglass in Wicklow to explore the Abbey. Baltinglass was … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 1148AD, 2537AD, Abbey, Anglican, Architecure, Baltinglass, Baltinglass Master, Bealach Conglais, Blessington, carvings, Chancel, Chapel, church, Cistercian, Cloister, Clonglas, Diarmuid Mac Murchada, Dissolution, Earl of Pembroke, Fianna, Fionn Mac Cumhaill, Gothic Arches, Grace Stone, Invasion, Ireland, Jerpoint, King of Leinster, Knight, Mausoleum, Mellifont, monastery, Monks, Nave, Norman, Presbytery, Rennovation, Richard de Clare, River Slaney, Road of Cúglas, Romanesque, Ruin Hunter, St. Marys, Strongbow, The Valley of Salvation, Tile, Transept, Warrior, Wicklow 47 Comments
Oughterard Round Tower & Church
After being told about the round tower here at Oughterard by a colleague whom lived in the area, I set of on the way home from work one evening to try and find the site. A couple of wrong turns … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged 8th Century damage, Adam DeHereford, Ancient, Aoife, Ardclogh, Arthur Guinness, Barrell Vaulted, Brewery, Brigid, Burned, Butress, Castle, Cathedral, Cemetry, Congall, Dermott McMurrough, Destruction, Dowry, Dubhthacht, Dublin, Dynasty, Earl of Pembroke, Ed Mooney Photography, estate, explore, Gaelic, Graves, Graveyard, Invasion, Ireland, Kildare, Kings, Leinster, Monastery Briga, Newcastle, Norman, Old Church, Oughterard, patrons, Photography, Raid, Richard de Clare, Roof, round Tower, ruins, Sigtrygg Silkbeard, Slab, St. James Gate, St.Thomas, Stile, Strongbow, Tower, Turnstile, Uachtar Ard, Uí Dúnlainge, Vault, Vikings 5 Comments
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