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This report details the results of excavations undertaken at Laughanstown townland, County Dublin under Licence No. 00E0283 hels by Matthew Seaver and Valerie J. Keeley for Valerie J. Keely Ltd. Excavations took place between August 2000 and May 2002 and were the culmination of a process of archaeological impact assessment and mitigation at the location of the Laughanstown Interchange on the route of the South Eastern Motorway. The project was financed by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and the National Roads Authority aided by EU funds. The Laughanstown/Glebe project was divided into two licence numbers 00E0283 and 00E0785 respectively because of the sepatate townlands involved. The latter is therefore the subject of a separate report (Final Report on the Archaeological Excavation of a Ringfort, Glebe Townland, Co. Dublin, South Eastern Motorway, 00E0758, Seever for Valerie J. Keeley Ltd., November 2005). A further archaeological excavation took place as part of the project in the west of Laughanstown townland (Final REport on Archaeological Excavations of a Burnt Mound Complex and Habitation, Laughanstown, Co. Dublin, Seever for Valerie J. Keeley Ltd., November 2005). This is the final report including contributions from specialists involved in the project.