Dating in irland
Foremost among these were Connaught and Ulster in the north, Leinster and Munster in the south.
As time went on, two dynasties distinguished themselves, the Ui Neill dynasty in the north, and the Eganach dynasty (Munster) in the south.
From this hilltop (100 metres above sea level) its possible to view large areas of the Irish countryside.
The Romans in Britain had for a long time been exposed to raiding bands of Irish Vikings (Scots) all along the west coast, but their invasion plans were postponed again and again, until the Romans were forced to withdraw from Britain in 407 AD.
The ancient coronation stone Lia Fil was placed here.