Dundalk

Irish Local Names Explained

Dundalk. The name was originally applied to the great fortress now called the moat of Castletown, a mile inland, which was the residence of Cuchullin, chief of the Red Branch knights in the first century, Dun-Dealgan [Dalgan], Four Masters, the fortress of Delga, a Firbolg chief, who built it.

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