|Native name |
Irish: Cathair Deargáin Thuaidh
View of the fort
|Type||stone ringfort and medieval house|
|Etymology||Doregan's stone fort|
|Location||Dingle Peninsula County Kerry|
|Elevation||66 m (217 ft)|
|Built||8th or 9th century AD|
|Official name: Caherdorgan North Cashel / The Chancellor's House|
The Chancellor's House
The Chancellor's House (Fothrach an tSainsiléara) is a ruined rectangular stone medieval building. It was probably home to the chancellor (cancellarius) of the Diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe. The house is 17.6 m (58 ft) long and contains a bread oven and fireplace.
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