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(September 16-25, 2011)

Michel Thoby

French Civil Aviation was Born Here

Ken Stuart

Crannog and Rath

Lough Ennell, County Westmeath, Ireland, UK

September 24, 2011, early afternoon

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Back in the late 1980s a team of archaeologists from Cornell University and Ireland surveyed numerous crannogs and other structures in and around Lough Ennell, in central Ireland.

As a part of that team, this location has personal history for me. The crannog in the lake and neighboring ring fort on land have historical importance related to King Maelseachlinn II and they are mentioned in various Irish manuscripts from long ago.

Although hard to see, the clump of trees in the lake grows from a large pile of stones, which once supported dwellings and defensive works. The rath on land consists of an earthen bank and ditch, once enclosing its own structures and protecting its inhabitants and their livestock.


Europe / Ireland

Lat: 53° 27' 30" N
Long: 8° 26' 30" W

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Rowboat. Nikon D90 with 10.5mm lens, Nodal Ninja head. PTGui Pro. iPad, Dropbox, Splashtop app, B&B Wi-Fi connections in Galway and Aran Islands.

Take photos, transfer them to the iPad, upload to Dropbox account, connect to desktop computer back home via the Splashtop app, use PTGui Pro remotely to stitch photos in Dropbox folder, use web browser remotely to upload stitched image to the WWP server, use the iPad to enter details seen on this page.

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