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Dungiven Bawn Re-Edified
N. F. Brannon and B. S. Blades
Ulster Journal of Archaeology
Third Series, Vol. 43 (1980), pp. 91-96
Published by: Ulster Archaeological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20567854
Page Count: 6
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Re-assessment of 17th-century and later evidence indicates that Dungiven Bawn, usually identified with the ruinous military fortification in Dungiven town, in fact stood on the site of Dungiven Priory. This has made possible a more comprehensive understanding of the site's history and archaeology. It has proved more difficult to re-interpret the town bawn remains.
Ulster Journal of Archaeology © 1980 Ulster Archaeological Society