Archaeological excavation report, 02E1298 Curraheen 5, 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, 02E1033 Ballinaspig More 5, 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, 02E0947 Ballinaspig More 4, 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, 02E0431 Carrigrohane 3, 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, 02E1147 Ardnamullan 1, County Meath.

The principal feature on the site was detected during test trenching. The resolution of the site involved the stripping of topsoil from a considerable area and a number of features were identified. Two rectangular pits have tentatively been identified a

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E1145 Towlaght 1, County Meath.

The site was identified during test trenching in advance of development. An area of land measuring c.100m by c.50m was stripped of topsoil and the features exposed were identified as relating to two distinct periods of activity. Area 1 contained an enclosure dit

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E1075 Kilmorebrannagh, County Kildare.

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 Donadea road re-alignment carried out by Donald Murphy under licence 02E102 of

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Archaeological excavation report, 02E0927 Kinnegad 3, 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, 02E0866 Rossan 1, County Meath.

The site at Rossan 1 was identified during the centreline testing of the M4 Kinnegad–Enfield– Kilcock Motorway. A number of potential archaeological features were identified on the site. No archaeological features were visible on the field surface prior to excavation. Excavation

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Archaeological excavation report, 03E1624 Morett 15, County Laois.

Resolution excavation was undertaken at Morett 15, Morett Townland, County Laois, of features identified by the archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping in advance of the Heath-Mayfield Motorway Scheme. The excavation was carried out on behalf of Kildare County Council unde

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Archaeological excavation report, 03E1367 Sites 2,5,6,12,13,14 Morett, County Laois.

Resolution excavations were undertaken at Marett Townland, County Laois, of features identified by archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping in advance of the M7 Heath-Mayfield Motorway Scheme. The excavation was carried out on behalf of Kildare County Council, National Road

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Archaeological excavation report, 03E1298 Site 103 Monaltyduff 1, County Monaghan.

Irish Archaeological Consultancy Ltd. (IAC Ltd.), funded by Monaghan County Council and the National Roads Authority, completed a 10m by 10m excavation in the townland of Monaltyduff c. 2.5km to the Southeast of Carrickmacross in advance of the construction of the 8.137km N2 Carr

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