Map Reference: J078202 (3078, 3202)

Distant view from the west

Lisbanemore is a slightly oval cashel with an average diameter of about 55m. The walls are less than 1m high on the inside but higher on the outside. They may be up to 4m thick at the base The original wall is missing in the south and is replaced by a curving field boundary.

Some views of the interior of the wall

View of the interior of the east wall

The remains would indicate that the structure is mainly earthen with stone facing both inside and outside. There is no obvious entrance and no signs of any structures inside.

Panoramic view taken from the SW showing the rebuilt section of the S wall

Despite its dilapidated condition Lisbanemore is impressive. It is probably the largest ancient stone structure in South Armagh.

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