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Knocknacloy (Aughnacloy)

(54°24′47″N, 6°58′35″W)
Knocknacloy (Aughnacloy)
H 665 521
pre-1973 traditional (Ulster) Tyrone
now Tyrone
medieval unknown
  • Roger Stalley

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Feature Sets

The medieval church at Knocknacloy no longer exists, and the site has not been identified (the NGR reference given is approximate). However, in 1940 Oliver Davies and T. G. F. Paterson published a description of two fragments thought to be from this building. The current location of these fragments is not known.


Loose Sculpture


An outline drawing of the voussoir fragment is published in Paterson and Davies (162).


T. G. F. Paterson, O. Davies, ‘Knocknacloy Church’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 3 (1940), 161–2.