The name of St Ternoc is to be found on this carved pillar stone. It may have been an old standing stone, but it now has 13 crosses on it. It dates from 7C. The slash marks on one side may be to do with a re-marking of boundaries.
Kilnasaggart means ‘church of the priests’ and is to be found on the ancient routeway from Tara to Antrim. There is evidence that the early Culdee monks once lived here; there was also a graveyard.
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