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Clonabreany Cross Slab
 

County

Meath

Coordinates

N 53° 42' 55.2"   W 007° 04' 08.8"

Nearest town

Oldcastle

Grid Ref.

N 61512 74349

Map No.

42

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

124

Date of visit

Wednesday 25 May 2011

GPS Accuracy (m)

16
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The four cross slabs in the south wall of the graveyard.


In the same old graveyard as the Clonabreany petroglyph, there are 6 grave slabs mounted into the boundary stone wall.
They are divided in two groups.
The first 4 slabs are on the inner side of the south wall (195°), and they measure 72 x 28 centimetres, 98 x 43 centimetres, 126 x 57 centimetres and 40 x 32 centimetres respectively from the left one to the right one.
The second 2 slabs are mounted on the inner side of the southwest wall (245°) and measure 79 x 42 centimetres and 56 x 46 centimetres.


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