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Boa Island - Lustry Man (statue) 3D Model
In Caldragh Cemetery on Boa Island, Lower lough Erne stand two unique stone carvings.They have been placed beside each other on unrelated pillars in the graveyard which is the original location of the Boa figure.
The Lustymore Idol was discovered in an early Christian graveyard on Lustymore Island, located due south of Boa Island in Lower Lough Erne. It was brought to the Caldragh graveyard on Boa Island in 1939 and is placed with its back to the indigenous bilateral figure.
The reasons for creating these stone sculptures and the dates of their creation are not certain. They may have been part of pre-Christian religious sites, or they may have been made by early Christians who included older pagan beliefs in their grave sites.