An Grianán

History of An Grianán

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Equinox solar alignment at An Grianán by Adam Rory Porter, 2014.

Footage by Peter Homer, 2015.

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Monument Information

An Grianán, traditionally called "Grianán of Aileach" is National Monument No. 140 under ownership of Ireland's  National Monument Service. The archaeological complex at this site includes an ancient cashel restored during the 1870s (RMP# DG047-012001-) enclosed within three earthen walls (RMP# DG047-012005-), also, a burial mound (RMP# DG047-012002-), an ancient road (RMP# DG047-012004-), and a holy well (RMP# DG047-012003-). View more information at Historic Environment Viewer and National Monument Service).

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The vision of the O'Doherty Heritage is "Telling our story, uniting us together." This was the same vision of our ancestors, the Ó Dochartaigh patriarchs, when they established our Clan motto, Ár nDúthchas–which means 'Our Heritage'. Below are the goals of O'Doherty Heritage:

TELLING OUR STORY:

  • Share our heritage with our entire Clan

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UNITING US TOGETHER:

  • Encourage quality genealogical research

  • Promote clan identity and pride in our heritage

  • Facilitate communication amongst our clanfolk

 

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