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Cronk Breck Keeill

Period: Early Medieval

NGR Easting: 229610

NGR Northing: 481390

Description: Medieval chapel and burial ground. The chapel, of drystone construction, stands within a large enclosure. The site was investigated by the Manx Archaeological Survey (1910). The building is orientated east-west, and measures 7.6 by 4.3m internally. Walls are 0.9-1.2m wide and 0.9-1.6m high. The doorway is in the west gable; no evidence for windows was identified by the Survey. The floor is paved, and the remains of the altar stand at the east end, 1.3m long by 0.5m deep and 0.3m high.

The enclosure surrounding the chapel measures 36 by 27m.

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Site & Monument Type: keeill

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: 0938.00

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