Souterrain in Grallagh Lower Td. Co. Waterford
McCarthy, J. P.
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society
A souterrain was discovered here when the weight of a tractor passing overhead caused a collapse of the roof of Chamber I. It was surveyed in March 1976. The landowner, Mr. Thomas Curran of Ballylangdon has consented to keep the site open for future inspection. The site is not directly connected with any visible surface structure. A small uni-vallate ringfort is however situated c.I60m S.S.E. of the site. The bedrock is a slaty sandstone.
McCarthy, J. P., 1978. Souterrain in Grallagh Lower Td. Co. Waterford. Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 83(237), pp. 73-74
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