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TITLE
St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, Arisaig
EXTERNAL ID
HC_ARCH3_86052_011
PLACENAME
Arisaig
DISTRICT
Lochaber
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Arisaig and Moidart
PERIOD
1980s
SOURCE
The Highland Council Archaeology Unit
ASSET ID
13270
KEYWORDS
gravemarker
armouiral stone
St Maelrubha
chapel
Isle Maree
Loch Maree
Arisaig
graveyard
St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, Arisaig

A view of St Maelrubha's chapel and graveyard, in Arisaig. The Irish Saint Maol Rubha founded the monastery at Applecross in 672. There are ruins of a chapel and graveyard on Isle Maree, believed to have been the saint's hermitage for a number of years.

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St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, Arisaig

INVERNESS: Arisaig and Moidart

1980s

gravemarker; armouiral stone; St Maelrubha; chapel; Isle Maree; Loch Maree; Arisaig; graveyard

The Highland Council Archaeology Unit

A view of St Maelrubha's chapel and graveyard, in Arisaig. The Irish Saint Maol Rubha founded the monastery at Applecross in 672. There are ruins of a chapel and graveyard on Isle Maree, believed to have been the saint's hermitage for a number of years.