Hearth and home: Bronze Age structures in south Tipperary

Archaeological investigations in advance of the N8 Cashel–Mitchelstown Road Improvement Scheme identified 57 previously unrecorded sites that ranged in date from the Early Neolithic period (4000–3600 BC) to the post-medieval period (AD 1550–present). The majorit

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Camlin 3: a cemetery-settlement in north Tipperary

Camlin 3, c. 3 km south of Roscrea town, Co. Tipperary, was located on the east-facing slope of a natural ridge of high ground that runs from the Devil’s Bit mountain range south-west of Camlin to Roscrea in the north (Illus. 1). The location has commanding views to the east and

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