National Geographic : 1927 Mar
DUN AENGUS, AN OLD FORT OF THE ARAN ISLANDS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEENBUILT BY THE FIRBOLGS This is, perhaps, the most notable of the many antiquities to be found on these islands. It is situated inthe interior ofInishmore and isbelieved to have been built about the first century A. D. It was evidently a fortification ofgreat strength. Photographs by A. W. Cutler A SINGLE STREET RUNS THROUGH THE VILLAGE OF INISHMAAN, ARAN ISLANDS Inishmaan is noted for its numerous stone walls and, with the exception of this main thoroughfare, for itsalmost impassably rough roads and lanes. In the upper right corner are the remains of an ancient fort, Dun Connor, and below, to theright, isa7th century chapel.