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Killeenemer church, Killeenemer, Cork

(52°12′53″N, 8°19′21″W)
R 78 07
pre-1974 traditional (Republic of Ireland) Cork
now Cork
medieval Cloyne
now Cloyne
  • Tessa Garton

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A small early church with antae, and a flat-headed W doorway with a narrow, plain architrave. Round-headed windows in S and E walls. The S window has a chamfered exterior and chamfered label. The E window has two exterior orders, one square and one hollow-chamfered, and what could be the remains of a chamfered label. The dimensions of the original building were c.9.00 m x 6.00 m, before it was extended eastwards at a later date (Leask).


Not known; not recorded by Gwynn and Hadcock.


No sculpture.

M. Killanin and M. Duignan, The Shell Guide to Ireland, London, 1962, 3rd ed. 1989, 191.
H. G. Leask, Irish Churches and Monastic Buildings, 1960, I, 75.