Staigue Ring Fort, County Kerry

Late Iron Age Staigue Ring Fort, County Kerry.

The Late Iron Age Staigue Ring Fort, County Kerry.

Estimated to have been built sometime between 100 BCE and 400 CE, this ring fort probably protected a local chieftain’s family and servants. The walls are 6 metres high and 4 meteres thick at the base, with an inside diameter of 30 meteres. More at Archaeology Travel.

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