|LISSANOVER STONE ROW
|Sited on the SE slope of a drumlin ridge. Apparent NW-SE alignment comprising three
standing stones, one at SE (H 2.1m; dims. 1.2m x 0.64m) and the other at NW (H
1.55m; dims. 0.95m x 0.7m), and a third fallen stone (H 1.95m; dims. 1.55m x 0.43m)
which lies against the NW member. The discolouration of the fallen stone suggests that
at least half of its height was formerly beneath ground level.
The above description is derived from the published 'Archaeological Inventory of
County Cavan' (Dublin: Stationery Office, 1995).