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Dungiven Priory.

Dungiven priory is associated with the Ó Catháin and has a Ó Catháin tomb. The Ó Catháin chieften Cooey-na-Gal who died in 1385 is buried there. In the chancelry of the church there is a stone effigy dressed in a padded aketon (coat of mail) with a pisson (large collar pointed at the front) the effigy is armed with sword and axe although the axe is said to have been the favoured weapon of the time.

Photograph by:-Jochen Lueg.
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