crannog definition

  • noun:
    • An ancient Irish dwelling or fort constructed on an artificial area in a lake or marsh.
    • An artificial area, utilized in prehistoric and medieval times in Scotland and Ireland for home.
    • One of the stockaded countries in Scotland and Ireland which in ancient times had been numerous when you look at the lakes of both nations. They could be considered the very newest class of prehistoric strongholds, reaching their biggest development at the beginning of historic times, and surviving through the dark ages. See in addition Lake dwellings, under lake.
    • a historical lake-dwelling in Ireland.

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