• Heritage Guide No. 93: Tullaghoge Fort

Tullaghoge Fort 
Tullaghoge Fort (NISMR TYR038:016; H8250074300) is a scheduled monument in State Care in the townland of Ballymully Glebe near the village of

Tullyhoge, some 3km south of Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. A prominent feature in the landscape, the site comprises a circular earthwork enclosure planted with mature trees and set on top of a drumlin that offers wonderful panoramic views across the surrounding countryside, even on the most overcast of days. Tullaghoge

(Tulach Óg, ‘hillock of the youths/warriors’) was the inauguration place of the Ó Néill rulers of Tír Eoghain during the late medieval period and, as such, it was a major centre of political power in Ulster.  


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Author UCD
Publication Data March 2021
Subjects Glendalough: the Upper Lake

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Heritage Guide No. 93: Tullaghoge Fort

  • ISBN: ISSN 0790-982X
  • Author(s): UCD
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