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GURRANES STONE ROW, COUNTY CORK
This fantastic stone row consists of three tall thin slabs, a low stone and large prostrate
slab, prominently situated on low ridge. The stones not set in line, but have general
ENE-WSW alignment. Low stone stands at the NE; it is 1.3m L, 0.2m T and 1m H and is
loosely set in ground. Prostrate slab to N of this measures 4m x 1.3m and probably
formed part of row. First of the three tall slabs leans heavily to E; it is 0.5m L, 0.3m T
and 4.3m H. Next stone, 2.8m to the SW, is 0.5m L, 0.2. T and 2.5m H; loose stone lies
beside it. (O Nualláin 1988, 237, no. 55; Roberts 1988, Ch. 2, no. 28)

The above description is derived from the published 'Archaeological Inventory of County
Cork. Volume 1: West Cork' (Dublin: Stationery Office, 1992).