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Lismore, An Dun, Sloc a' Bhrighide, Argyllshire.
|NGR:||NM 80064 36492|
|Vert. Range:||Not recorded|
|Geology:||North Britain Palaeogene Dyke Suite - Microgabbro And Basalt|
The Book of Lismore (written in Lismore, Ireland in the 15th century) retells the 7th century hagiography of St. Brigit. No known association with the island of the same name.
Reference is most often made to An Dun, Sloc A Bhrighide as the remains of a neo-lithic fort near Sloc a Bhrighide on Lismore recorded by RCHAMS (Canmore ID 22658).
Alternate Names: Bhrighide (Sloc a'), Sloc a' Bhrighide, Brigit's Slot
Notes: There may not be a cave at this location.
Hydrographic Feeds: Firth of Lorn
Hydrographic Resurgences: Firth of Lorn
This entry was last updated: 2020-11-02 14:13:26
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