noun Chiefly Archaeology.
Origin of souterrain
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In many cases we do find the entrance to a souterrain is in a fort.
It is a souterrain situated in Glenshesk, about three miles from Ballycastle.
It is a small fort, and on the top we saw the narrow entrance to the souterrain.
My best thanks are also due to Mrs. Hobson for allowing me to make use of her photograph of the entrance to this souterrain.
She describes it as "a souterrain containing six chambers, with a length of eighty-seven feet exclusive of a flooded chamber."