The construction date is controversial; it might be the late 11th/ early 12th, or the 14th century. On closer look at the masonry, you shall notice that some parts are much cruder than the others (compare, for example, the external wall of apse and the northern wall). This might mean that the original part was constructed in the earlier date, and the later addition date back to the 14th century (Paul Hetherington’s theory).

Photos by Luke Cabading.