Dysart O Dea Celtic Cross

John Quinn

Kildysart, Ireland

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This is a very well preserved Celtic high cross dates to the 12th century. It is very unique not using the circle of the Celtic cross and has carvings of Christ and a bishop on one side and on the other depicts the temptation of Adam and Eve. Dysert o Dea is located between Ennis and Corofin and also boast a 12th century church and a 15th century castle

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