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Rullic Keeill Vael, The Barony

Period: Early Medieval

NGR Easting: 246110

NGR Northing: 487570

Description: Bronze Age barrow cemetery; medieval chapel and burial ground. Approximately fifteen burial mounds have been surveyed on the Barony hilltop. Amongst them are the remains of a medieval chapel which was investigated by the Manx Archaeological Survey (1915) and found to measure 7.2 by 3.8m internally. The Survey noted that the western end of the chapel was largely destroyed and the structure is now obscured by field clearance stones. It lies within an enclosure about 45m long by 40m wide.

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Site & Monument Type: keeill

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: 0560.00