Emlagh More - Sheela-na-Gig - RO039-001002Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Sheela-na-Gig3d was supported by the Heritage Council of Ireland A corbel stone from an unknown location with late medieval foliage decoration and a figure, possibly a sheela-na-gig, is kept at a farmhouse. It may be from the church of Emlagh, mentioned in a lease of 1577 . This carvings is located at Temple House, once residence of Charles O’Conor (1814). It is a private residence today. high relief carving on. The outline of an octagonal column with a rectangular depression on top. Floral and Foliate decoration on the sides of the stone are augmented with a demi-angle and sheep/dog The Sheela, is carved on the front of the stone, and is damaged and weathered. She has braided? hair which appears to extend down to her feet. In a kneeling position with legs spread and body lying back over her calves. Her hands appears to be over her legs towards her open vulva. No identifiable breasts, and her face is damaged but features can be seen in the 3D, her eyes and nose are visible but lower face is damaged.