Fig 14. St. Bridgets' Stone at Killeenagh, near Blacklion.
W.F. Wakeman 1875.
|Main Creator:||Wakeman, William F. (William Frederick), 1822-1900|
Sketch of St. Bridget's stone which is a bullaun stone with turn stones on the surfaces, at Killinagh, County Cavan, Ireland.
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Inscribed in ink l.r.: "block to be full size".
Published as illustration "Fig. 14.- St. Bridget's stone, Killinagh", on page 459 of William Frederick Wakeman's article "On certain markings on rocks, pillar-stones, and other monuments, observed chiefly in the county Fermanagh", in "The Journal of the Royal Historical and Archæological Association of Ireland", Vol. III. Fourth series, 1874-1875. Printed at the University Press, Dublin, for the Association by Ponsonby and Weldrick 1876. Also published as illustration (Fig. 4) "Ten holed Bullàn-Killinagh", Plate XVII, to accompany William Wakeman's article "On the Bullàn, or rock-basin as found in Ireland", from "Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy", Third Series, Volume 1., 1887-1891.
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink ; 19.8 x 25.4 cm..
Attributed to William Frederick Wakeman, (1822-1900).
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