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View of the moat at Navan, Co. of E[ast] Meath, 22 m[iles] from Dublin [...]

ca. 1780-1800

Gabriel Beranger

From the collection

Title

View of the moat at Navan, Co. of E[ast] Meath, 22 m[iles] from Dublin [...]

Date

ca. 1780-1800

Description

View of an earthen mound or motte at Navan, Co. Meath. Two men climb the slope in the foreground.

Collective Title: Rambles thro' the county of Dublin and some others in Ireland
Original Accession: 3 C 31/9

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Location

Navan Motte, Moathill, Navan, County Meath, Republic of Ireland.

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Medium

Tww Comment

Motte and bailey' represented a typical Norman style of castle construction. Navan Motte was constructed on top of a natural gravel ridge in the 12th Century by Baron Jocelyn de Angulo.

Credits

Collection

Image Credit

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