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Middle Keeill, Maughold

Period: Early Medieval

NGR Easting: 249330

NGR Northing: 491720

Description: Medieval chapel and burial ground. The site was investigated by the Manx Archaeological Survey (1915). The building is orientated ESE-WNW, and measures 5.8 by 3.5m internally. It has walls 0.3m high and 0.6m thick. The doorway is in the ‘west’ gable, but no other architectural details survive. A carved stone (Manx Cross 43) was found just outside the chapel, and fragmentary evidence for burials inside.

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Site & Monument Type: keeill

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: 0582.00

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