Category:Roscrea round tower
|This object is indexed in the Archaeological Survey of Ireland under SMR No. TN012-010005-
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English: 12th-century round tower in Roscrea, County Tipperary, located across the surviving west gable of the Romanesque church. The tower was shortened by c. 6m after the 1798 rebellion as it has been used by snipers. (See entry 1843 in Jean Farrelly and Caimin O'Brien: Archaeological Inventory of County Tipperary: Vol. I – North Tipperary, ISBN 0-7557-1264-1.) National monument in state ownership #126.