Carraig Aille

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On Carraig Aille Hill east of Lough Gur are two ring forts that have been dated from the 8th-11th Centuries BCE. Upon excavation, dwellings were found both within and out of the ring forts, and Bronze Age, Iron Age, and Stone Age tools were also discovered, along with jewelry and bone implements.

Carraig Aille I is on the north side of the hill with its entrance looking toward the east. Carraig Aille II is located 150 feet away to the southeast. Its entrance also looks east.

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