Crannog

A crannog (ɡ; crannóg ˈkɾˠan̪ˠoːɡ; crannag) is typically a partially or entirely artificial island, usually built in lakes, rivers and estuarine waters of Scotland and Ireland. Unlike the prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps which were built on the shores and were inundated only later on, crannogs were built in the water, thus formi...
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Crannog

• (n.) Alt. of Crannoge
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Crannog

Cran'nog (kr?n'n?g), Cran'noge (kr?n'n?j) , noun [ From Celtic; confer Gael. crann a tree.] One of the stockaded islands in Scotland and Ireland which in ancient times were numerous in the lakes of both countries. They may be regarded as the very latest class of prehistoric strongholds, reach...
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Crannog

A man-made island, usualy in a lake, with housing on it. Good examples in Britain were the lake villages at Glastonbury and Meare
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crannog

Artificial island and lake dwelling found in Ireland and southwestern Scotland. Some crannogs date from the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods (Middle and New Stone...
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Crannog

Celtic Scotland timber-built fortified lake village.
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Crannog

Celtic Scotland timber-built fortified lake village.
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crannog

crannog: see lake dwelling.
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crannog

in Scotland and Ireland, artificially constructed sites for houses or settlements; they were made of timber, sometimes of stone, and were usually ...
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