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Piaras Mór Mountain Pierasmore A name in English
(Ir. Piaras Mór [OSI], 'big [obscure element]') Kerry County, in Arderin, Vandeleur-Lynam Lists, Rhythmically bedded sandstone Bedrock

Height: 745.7m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 70 Grid Reference: Q46380 13650 This summit has been logged as climbed by 141 members. Recently by: IainT, thomas_g, tommccarthy, Peter Walker, bossyboots, mountainmike, jimgraham, Wilderness, grzywaczmarcin, mcrtchly, kernowclimber, skhg, eoghancarton, odonogc, dtlibra
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Longitude: -10.250332, Latitude: 52.253569 , Easting: 46380, Northing: 113650 Prominence: 32.8m,   Isolation: 0.2km
ITM: 446363 613703,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Prsmr, 10 char: Pierasmore
Bedrock type: Rhythmically bedded sandstone, (Ballymore Sandstone Formation)

This name is interpreted as 'big Pierce' in the Ordnance Survey Name Book. However, An Seabhac reports that in his time, nearly a century later, nobody in the locality had an explanation for the name but they did not think it was related to the personal name Piaras. There is a lower peak to the N called Piaras Beag. On the saddle between Piaras Mór and Masatiompan is an ogham stone bearing an inscription which translates as: Ronan, the priest son of Camogann. There is a chi-ro monogram (representing 'Christ') above it and a Greek cross in a circle on the other side (Barrington, Discovering Kerry, 180).   Piaras Mór is the 81st highest summit in Ireland.

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Stumpy Outcrop to Brandon's north .. by group   (Show all for Piaras Mór)
Photo taken from Pierasmore summit July 2002. Sme .. by GWPR   (Show all for Piaras Mór)
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Piaras Mór in area Brandon Group, Ireland
Picture: On Piaras Mor
View to Masatiopan
by three5four0  30 Aug 2011
Shorts and a t-shirt in April! A fine day we had for out traverse of the northern tops in the Brandon Group. Not many days like this in Dingle per year. I once spent 14 days straight waiting for a break in the weather to climb Brandon, and all i got was 14 days of rain, mist and gales! Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/77/comment/6501/
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kaka (2003-01-28 12:04:38): mentions the ogham s .. by GWPR   (Show all for Piaras Mór)
Keep an eye out for the ogham stone on the should .. by kaka   (Show all for Piaras Mór)
Strange stump south of Masatiompan. Views from su .. by GWPR   (Show all for Piaras Mór)
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