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The cross is capped with a stone replica of a gabled-roof church.

At the bottom of the western face, accompanied by two cats, is an inscription translated as, "A prayer for Muiredach for whom (or by whom) the cross was made." The slimmer West Cross, located near the round tower in the western corner of the site, is 6.5m high, making it the tallest high cross in Ireland.

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The chronology of Keating’s Foras Feasa ar Éirinn dates his reign to AD 5–25, that of the Annals of the Four Masters to AD 14–36.

Medieval and early modern Irish literature portrays an almost unbroken sequence of High Kings, ruling from the Hill of Tara over a hierarchy of lesser kings, stretching back thousands of years.

(There is evidence that the site had pre-Christian sacred significance as well.) It is from St. According to legend, the saint ascended directly into heaven via a ladder lowered from above.

The cross near the entrance to the site is Muirdach's Cross (a.k.a Muiredach's Cross).

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To avoid disappointment, please check with the site directly before making a special trip.Keating relates that the judge Morann mac Máin (who in the Lebor Gabála and the Annals is the son of Cairbre and his wife Mani) lived in Feradach’s time.Morann owned the id Morainn (Morann’s collar or torc) which would contract around the neck of a judge who made an unjust judgement until he made a just one, or of a Feradach ruled for twenty years according to the Lebor Gabála and Keating, twenty-two according to the Annals, before dying a natural death at Liathdroim, an ancient name for the Hill of Tara. The Lebor Gabála synchronises his reign with that of the Roman emperor Domitian (AD 81–96) and the death of Pope Clement I (AD 99).The Annals also add that Ireland was fertile during his reign, contrasting it with the barren reign of the usurper Cairbre.Geoffrey Keating has Feradach succeed his father Crimthann, placing Cairbre’s reign later.John the Evangelist, who recorded the story); Christ giving the keys of heaven to St. He is flanked by two soldiers, the spearbearer who pierces his left side and another holding a cane with a cup, apparently representing the spongebearer.

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