|Name:||Templebryan [Also: Templebryan North]||CISP No:||TEMAN|
|Place:||inc||Grid Ref:||W 387 438 (IR)|
|County:||Cork (Corcaigh) , Ireland||Saint(s):||none|
Power et al/1992, 273: `Early ecclesiastical enclosure In pasture, on E-facing slope. Oval area (c. 80m E--W; 70m N--S) enclosed to N and W by stone wall (H 2m; Wth 1.2m) with shallow external fosse; stone-faced earthern bank (H. c. 1.5m; Wth 1.2m) to S and E. Interior slopes gently to E; radial line of rock outcrop in SW quadrant; two souterrains (2179, 2178) in N half of enclosure; graveyard (3245) in centre containing church (3172), ogham stone (1041) and ballaun (2599). Holy well (2711) adjacent to external SE bank of enclosure'.