Category:Ringforts in Ireland

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English: The ringforts of Ireland are fortified settlements that are generally deemed to be from the Iron Age, Early Christian or possibly the Early Medieval period. They are also known as ráth, caiseal, cathair and dún in the early Irish sources, and by caher in contemporary archaeological literature of Ireland.
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circular fortified settlements that were mostly built during the Early Middle Ages in Northern Europe
Multivallate Ringfort at Rathrar (Rathbarna Enclosure Complex), Co Roscommon, Ireland.jpg
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Ringfort (es); Ringfort (fr); Ringfort (eu); ringfort (ca); Rath (de-ch); Ráth (de); Ringfort (en-gb); ringfort (pl); Ringfort (oc); Ringfort (nl); Дун (be); Forte ad anello (it); Lios (ga); ringfort (en); Ráth (eo); Ringfort (en-ca); Круглый форт (ru) in der Archäologie eisenzeitliches oder älteres irisches Erdwerk (de); circular fortified settlements that were mostly built during the Early Middle Ages in Northern Europe (en) ring fort, ring fortress, rath, cashel (en); Ráth (de)

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