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The article mentions the Dunbeg Promontory Fort in County Kerry, Ireland. However, the word Dunbeg ist linked to an article about the Scottish Town Dunbeg, which seems to be in no way related to Dunbeg in Ireland. I have removed the link, since I could not find an article about Dunbeg in Ireland. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 18:54, 30 August 2009 (UTC) (Mambres@Kamelopedia)
Dunbeg a "defensive structure"
I wonder if this definition has been taken from the popular terming of dunbeg as a "fort". However, without any proof of this being a defensive structure this is simply a stone enclosure or "cashel". I don't recall any archaeological evidence proving the use of dunbeg as a fort.
Naturally this page has been added to military history categories. Is anyone aware of the military history of pre-Christian civilization in the Dingle peninsula?