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Literary usage of Caillach
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1867)
"... caillach, situated some distance to the east of the first group ; and third, the Castle of Clonmacnoise, built within a primaeval earthwork or rath, ..."
2. Handbook for Travellers in Scotland by John Murray (Firm) (1867)
"Close opposite the pier is Inch caillach (Island of Old Women), because a nunnery formerly existed there. It is celebrated as being the burying-place of the ..."
3. A New and Popular Pictorial Description of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales by Robert Sears (1847)
"On the south side of Inch caillach is Ciar Inch (flat island), ... Inch caillach, which formerly gave name to the parish of Buchanan, and was the burial ..."
4. Caledonia: Or, A Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from by George Chalmers (1890)
"(2) Inch-caillach, seven furlongs long, and nearly three and a half furlongs broad, is finely wooded, and was formerly the seat of the parochial church of ..."
5. Scotland Described: A Series of Topographical Sketches by M.A. Alexander Murray (1866)
"Near the headland of caillach, in Mull, Campbell the poet spent some of the earlier ... West of caillach lie 'the sandy Coll,' and 'the wild Tiree' islands, ..."