Archaeological excavation report, 01E0229 Tram Street and Phoenix Street, County Dublin.

This report describes the results of two adjacent excavations undertaken along Line A of the proposed Luas, the light rail transport system for Dublin. The excavations were carried out on behalf of what was then the Light Rail Project Office, Córas Iompar Éireann, and were alloc

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0432 Greenfield 4, County Cork.

The N22 Ballincollig By-Pass scheme involves the construction of a new dual carriageway between Bishopstown (Ballinaspig More townland) and Ovens (Knockanemore townland) and covers an area of 750,000 square metres. A programme of advance archaeological investigation was undertake

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0430 Barnagore 5, County Cork.

The N22 Ballincollig By-Pass scheme involves the construction of a new dual carriageway between Bishopstown (Ballinaspig More townland) and Ovens (Knockanemore townland) and covers an area of 750,000 square metres. A programme of advance archaeological investigation was undertake

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0152 Curraheen 3, County Cork.

The N22 Ballincollig By-Pass scheme involves the construction of a new dual carriageway between Bishopstown (Ballinaspig More townland) and Ovens (Knockanemore townland) and covers an area of 750,000 square metres. A programme of advance archaeological investigation was undertake

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0073 Carrigrohane 2, County Cork.

The N22 Ballincollig By-Pass scheme involves the construction of a new dual carriageway between Bishopstown (Ballinaspig More townland) and Ovens (Knockanemore townland) and covers an area of 750,000 square metres. A programme of advance archaeological investigation was undertake

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E1209 Curraheen 1, County Cork.

The N22 Ballincollig Bypass scheme involves the construction of a new dual carriageway between Bishopstown (Ballinaspig More townland) and Ovens (Knockanemore townland) and covers an area of 750,000 square metres. A programme of advance archaeological investigation was undertaken

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E0444 Carrigrohane 1, County Cork.

The N22 Ballincollig By-Pass scheme involves the construction of a new dual carriageway between Bishopstown (Ballinaspig More Td.) and Ovens (Knockanemore Td.) and covers an area of 750,000 square metres. A desk-top survey was commissioned during the design stage of the Ballincol

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E0996 Mitchellsfort AR32, County Cork.

The site was originally identified during archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping associated with the N8 Glanmire – Watergrasshill Road Scheme. AR 32 was located in low- lying ground in close proximity to a natural watercourse. An isolated cremation burial was

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0986 Killickaweeny Site 2, County Kildare.

This report, prepared on behalf of Westmeath County Council, has been undertaken to describe the results of an excavation carried out in advance of a proposed road development, on a 20m by 20m area - Site 2 - at Killickaweeny (OS sheet 4/5; Figure 1). The area was fully excavated

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0928 Kinnegad 4, County Westmeath.

Archaeological test trenching was carried out in advance of construction along the route of the proposed M4 Kinnegad-Enfield-Kilcock Motorway Scheme. In February 2002 during centreline testing of the motorway carried out by Ian Russell under licence 02E0108 of Duchas The Heritage

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0925 Kinnegad 1, County Westmeath.

Archaeological test trenching was carried out in advance of construction along the route of the proposed M4 Kinnegad-Enfield-Kilcock Motorway Scheme. In February 2002 during centreline testing of the motorway carried out by Ian Russell under licence 02E0108 of Duchas The Heritage

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Archaeological excavation report, E0859 Ext Caltragh Site 3, County Sligo.

This report describes the findings of an archaeological rescue excavation undertaken in the townland of Caltragh from the 8th January 2001 to the 11th January 2002. The excavation was suspended from the 1st March because of ‘Foot and Mouth’ restrictions, and recommenced in early

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