Archaeology 360: Kilmacduagh Monastery. Part I: O'Heyne's Church

The monastery of Kilmacduagh, Co. Galway, is believed to have been founded in the 7th century by St Colman. None of the surviving buildings date to that early period, but many fine examples of medieval architecture survive here. I've broken this tour down into several segments, the first one being a visit to the 13th century remains of the O'Heyne's Church [Irish Stones].

I’ve compiled the tour into a consecutive YouTube playlist [here], or you can access each video clip individually here:

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