School: Clochar na Toirbhirte, Liostuathail (roll number 4062)

Listowel, Co. Kerry
Bríd Nic Oscair An tSr. Íde An tSr. Muire
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0405, Page 365

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  3. XML “Hidden Treasures”
  4. XML “The Fort near Beale”

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    1. genre
      1. belief (~391)
        1. folk belief (~2,535)
          1. treasure legends (~7,411)
    Maureen Foley
    Moybella North, Co. Kerry
  2. Long ago a king had his palace in a large space near the fort in Beale. He hid his treasures in a secret place and surrounded them by circular walls, and around this was a ring of pointed stones in order to prevent the enemy from coming in.
    This king had a daughter, and when he died he had her buried in the treasure cave. She was put in a glass coffin, and all her jewels were
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