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This report comprises the final results of the archaeological excavation of Site 1, Moneytucker townland, Co Wexford. This excavation was undertaken as part of the archaeological programme for the N30 Moneytucker to Jamestown road realignment. The excavation was conducted by Ros à Maold£in under Licence No. 04E0329, for Valerie J. Keeley Ltd., from February 23 to May 14, 2004. The excavation revealed three Middle Bronze Age structures (Structures 1, 2 & 5), an undated probable prehistoric structure (Structure 4), an 18th century postmedieval dwelling (Structure 3) and the northern edge of a series of ditches extending from a large enclosure of Early Christian to medieval date. These were in close proximity to the site of a medieval church (RMP WX025:011). The artefacts retrieved included a number of sherds from an Early Neolithic vessel. The excavation was complemented, during the fieldwork by an aerial survey and during the post-excavation by an extensive geophysical survey.