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A.P. SITE - NATURAL FEATURE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

This site consists of an elongated glacial mound which runs NE/SW, with no indication that it is anything other than a natural feature.

A.P. SITE - circular cropmarks - Rath Pair with Ant 050:171?

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

In level, low-lying ground close to the W bank of the Six Mile Water on the SW outskirts of Antrim town. This site was identified from aerial photographs as a large circular cropmark enclosing an area approx. 170m diameter, with 2 smaller concentric cropmarks around the centre. There are n...

PLATFORM RATH

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

At a break in slope of a prominent spur overlooking the Dunnyboe Burn. The oval rath is defined by a platform surmounted by a bank which encloses an area 22.5m N-S x 28m E-W. Although discontinuous, the bank survives best to N, where it is 2.5m wide, 0.75m high internally & 2m high externa...

BULLAUN (O.S. memoir site, unlocated)

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The OS memoir records a large land stone with an oval hole cut in it...12 x 10 & 6 in depth & 2 other holes has been started on the boulder, but not finished. The hollow may have been an otherwise unrecorded bullaun stone., perhaps associated with a nearby burial ground [Ldy 035: 018]. Nei...

CRANMORE HOUSE. 17TH CENTURY HOUSE: CRANMORE HOUSE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

At the SE end of Bawnmore Road, Reported as a C17th house by Carleton & designated Cranmore House on the 1938 OS 6map. This is the roofless shell of a much repaired, two storey rectangular house, with a doorway in the centre of the SE wall. The house measure 13.7m x 7m externally & 12.4m x...

Natural cave

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

This natural cave, located in Park Cove, is shown on the OS map editions of 1833 and 1922, and on the Irish Grid map. It was not visited during the Rathlin Survey.

FINDSPOT of ROTARY QUERNSTONE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

This is the findspot of a rotary quern stone. No further details available at present.

Ship incised in stone

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Located at a deserted settlement to the S of Ushet Lough are two upstanding buildings orientated E–W. Part of the S building has been converted into a barn. This graffiti appears on the E-facing gable, near the NE corner. Inscribed on a dressed basalt block (39cm by 20cm) set 1.15m above g...

SLIPWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Situated on a stretch of foreshore on the eastern side of a small bay, east of Delamont House. The foreshore here slopes quite markedly down to the lough edge and is bounded on the upper, landward side by a strip of grass which is generally revetted with boulders. About 20 of these boulder...

COUNTERSCARP RATH

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Within Hillsborough Forest in dense woodland, this site consists of a circular enclosure with bank, ditch & faint outer bank. It has been densely planted with trees in the interior & along the W boundary. In addition, the dense undergrowth makes it impossible to examine properly. It is rec...