Clogherbog is a townland situated on the south west side of Boho in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It contains the sub-townlands of Carrickrory, Lough Nacloyduff, Loughanquin, Loughnamanfin and Tullylaur.
The area is notable for the discovered remnants of ancient civilisations, including an Iron Age wooden cauldron and the lettered cave at Lough Nacloyduff (the lake of the dark caverns), which contains primitive inscriptions. The origins of this cave have been speculated on since a visit by William Wakeman in 1850.
- Boho Heritage Organisation (2009). Edel Bannon, Louise Mclaughlin, Cecilia Flanagan, ed. Boho Heritage: A treasure trove of history and lore. Nicholson & Bass Ltd, Mallusk, Northern Ireland. p. 246. ISBN 978-0-9560607-0-9.
- Lanigan Wood, H. (2003). Prehistory of Fermanagh: stone-age hunters to saints and scholars. Enniskillen: Fermanagh District Council. ISBN 0-9540727-1-5.
- Wakeman, William F. (1870). Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Bundoran: with Routes from Dublin to Enniskillen and Bundoran, by Rail or Steamboat. Dublin: Mullany, John. p. 125. Retrieved 2011-02-12.
- Wakeman, William Francis (1866-9). "On the inscribed cavern at Lough Nacloyduff, Parish of Bohoe, Co. Fermanagh. With 1 plate". Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. 1 X: 327–329.
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