|Name:||Lugnagappul (Log Na gCapall)||CISP No:||LUGUL|
|Place:||Lugnagappul (Log Na gCapall)||Grid Ref:||Q 540 4 (IR)|
|County:||Kerry (Ciarraí) , Ireland||Saint(s):||none|
|Site Type:||landscape setting|
Macalister/1945, 183: `A mound of earth and stones, now much degraded, with a row of three standing stones running in a line north and south on the eastern side, and a fourth stone to the N.W. The two northern stones are inscribed.
 The mound is called Cnoc na fola, "hill of blood"'.
Cuppage et al/1986, 255: `Cnoc na Fola is a low, sub-rectangular cairn located on the low ridge overlooking Minard to S. The level field in which it occurs is named Páirc na Fola and was traditionally the scene of a bloody battle in ancient times. The cairn reputedly marks the graves of those slain. It measures 7.4 x 8.2m and is .6m high. The cairn material is a mixture of earth and stones many of which are quartz. Four low standing stones occur along the perimeter and 3 further prostrate slabs may formerly have stood upright'.