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Eniskillen, Fermanagh County Museum

(54°13′35″N, 7°26′55″W)
Eniskillen, Fermanagh County Museum
H 36 31
pre-1973 traditional (Ulster) Fermanagh
now Fermanagh
  • Rachel Moss
15 Aug 1998

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Feature Sets

A number of Romanesque carved stones from a range of sites in Fermanagh are held in the museum collection. These comprise a fragment carved with an ecclesiastical figure from St Ronan's church, Aghalurcher; two delicately carved fragments from Inishkeen Island; a fragment of a carved head from Kiltierney; part of a cross head from Killesher and section of window-head found at Slattinagh Frevagh Church Site (Kilcoo).


Loose Sculpture


O. Davies, 'Aghalurcher church, being a correction to A Preliminary survey of the Monuments of Northern Ireland', Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 4, Series 3 (1941), 144.

G. Dagg, 'The Bishop's Stone in the Churchyard of Aghalurcher', Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 24, 1894, 264–70.

A. Gwynn and R. N. Hadcock, Medieval Religious Houses, Ireland, London, 1970, 372.

H. Hickey, Images in Stone: Figure Sculpture in the Lough Erne Basin, Belfast, 1976, 66.

S. McNab, 'Irish Figure Sculpture in the Twelfth Century', PhD. thesis, Trinity College Dublin, 2, 1987.