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TITLE
Ground plan for 'Teampull na Trionaide', North Uist
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_2475_P226A
PLACENAME
Carinish
DISTRICT
North Uist
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: North Uist
DATE OF IMAGE
1873
PERIOD
1300s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31723
KEYWORDS
Temple of the Trinity
Trinity Temple
Carinish
North Uist
chapels
temples
Temple of the Clan MacVicar
MacVicar Temple
Amie MacRory
Lords of the Isles
ground plans
zoomable

This ground plan is for the 'Teampull na Trionaide' or 'Temple of the Trinity' at Carinish on North Uist. This ruined chapel sits alongside another known as 'Teampull Clann a'Phiocair' or ' Temple of the Clan MacVicar'. It is said that both chapels were built by Amie MacRory (c.1350-90), wife of the 'good' John of Islay, first Lord of the Isles. They are about 5ft apart and were once joined by a passageway.

The illustration is from 'Archaeologia Scotica, or Transactions of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland', Vol V - Part I, Edinburgh, 1873

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Ground plan for 'Teampull na Trionaide', North Uist

INVERNESS: North Uist

1300s

Temple of the Trinity; Trinity Temple; Carinish; North Uist; chapels; temples; Temple of the Clan MacVicar; MacVicar Temple; Amie MacRory; Lords of the Isles; ground plans; zoomable

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (maps)

This ground plan is for the 'Teampull na Trionaide' or 'Temple of the Trinity' at Carinish on North Uist. This ruined chapel sits alongside another known as 'Teampull Clann a'Phiocair' or ' Temple of the Clan MacVicar'. It is said that both chapels were built by Amie MacRory (c.1350-90), wife of the 'good' John of Islay, first Lord of the Isles. They are about 5ft apart and were once joined by a passageway. <br /> <br /> The illustration is from 'Archaeologia Scotica, or Transactions of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland', Vol V - Part I, Edinburgh, 1873