An Aul’ Church in Aghowle
Full title: Aghowle Church, Co. Wicklow
Creator / Author: Text and images by Chris Corlett
Item Type / Page count: Booklet / 6p
When Published: September 2011
Publisher / Place of Publication: Archaeology Ireland / Media House, South County Business Park, Dublin 18.
About: This is a glossy A4 brochure which folds out to the equivalent of six A4-size pages. It is Number 54 in the Archaeology Ireland Heritage Guide Series. It is a profusely illustrated introduction to the remains of a twelfth-century church which the author indicates must have been “one of the largest rural parish churches of its day”. The site of the church was associated with St. Finnian, who flourished in the sixth-century.
ID number(s): None. The ID number 0790-892X printed on the brochure relates to the journal ‘Archaeology Ireland’.
Extra #1: includes several colour photographs, plus a plan, plus a map.
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Extra #5: View the entry for ‘Aghowle’ in the Placenames Database of Ireland.