Category:St. Fintan's Tree, Clonenagh
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|This object is indexed in the Archaeological Survey of Ireland under SMR No. LA017-003004-
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English: This tree, an acer pseudoplatanus, was planted in the late 18th or early 19th century at the site of the Early Christian monastic site of Clonenagh. The monastery was founded in the 6th century by St. Colum and then left to his disciple St. Fintan when St. Colum moved on to Terryglass. The tree is dedicated to St. Fintan and it became custom to insert coins into the tree from which the tree suffered and was already believed to be dead until the tree started to recover with some new shoots.
Media in category "St. Fintan's Tree, Clonenagh"
The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total.
- Clonenagh St. Fintan's Tree 2010 09 03.jpg 3,504 × 2,336; 7.01 MB
- Clonenagh St. Fintan's Tree Coins 2010 09 03.jpg 3,504 × 2,336; 4.26 MB
- The Money Tree, County Laois - geograph.org.uk - 1804826.jpg 3,888 × 2,592; 4.57 MB