Archaeological excavation report, 00E0216 Site K Coolaholloga, County Tipperary.

As part of the Nenagh By-Pass Project, Tipperary (North Riding) County Council in association with the National Roads Authority are constructing a new road linking the existing N-52 at Moyroe to the existing N7 at Tullahedy, Co. Tipperary (Fig. 1-2 ). A programme of fieldwalking

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Archaeological excavation report, 00E0552 Site C1 Solsborough, County Tipperary.

As part of the Nenagh By-Pass Project, Tipperary (North Riding) County Council in association with the National Roads Authority are constructing a new road linking the existing N-52 at Moyroe to the existing N7 at Tullahedy, Co. Tipperary (Fig. 1-2 ). A programme of fieldwalking

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Archaeological excavation report, 00E0227 Site B1 Richmond, County Tipperary.

As part of the Nenagh By-Pass Project, Tipperary (North Riding) County Council in association with the National Roads Authority are constructing a new road linking the existing N-52 at Moyroe to the existing N7 at Tullahedy, Co. Tipperary (Fig. 1-2 ). A programme of fieldwalking

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Archaeological excavation report, 00E0227 Site Q Richmond, County Tipperary.

As part of the Nenagh By-Pass Project, Tipperary (North Riding) County Council in association with the National Roads Authority are constructing a new road linking the existing N-52 at Moyroe to the existing N7 at Tullahedy, Co. Tipperary (Fig. 1-2 ). A programme of fieldwalking

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Archaeological excavation report, 98E0477 Lissatunny, County Tipperary.

Archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping, in advance of the construction of the N7 Nenagh Bypass, resulted in the discovery of a site in the townland of Lissatunny (Fig. 1). It consisted of a roughly circular arrangement of six to eight charcoal-rich posts/pits, with a numb

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Archaeological excavation report, 98E0471 Knockalton Lower, County Tipperary.

Archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping, in advance of the construction of the N7 Nenagh Bypass, resulted in the discovery of two sites in the townland of Knockalton Lower. These sites were subsequently excavated and this work was carried out by Archaeological Development

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Archaeological excavation report, 98E0472 Knockaunkennedy, County Tipperary.

Archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping, in advance of the construction of the N7 Nenagh Bypass, resulted in the discovery of a burnt mound site in the townland of Ballintotty, within a subdivision known as Knockaunkennedy (henceforth referred to as Knockaunkennedy). This

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Archaeological excavation report, 98E0474 Lahesseragh C, County Tipperary.

Archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping, in advance of the construction of the N7 Nenagh Bypass, resulted in the discovery of four sites (Sites A-D) in the townland of Lahesseragh. This report details the excavation of one of these sites, Site C. This site was subject to a

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Archaeological excavation report, 98E0473 Lahesseragh A, County Tipperary.

Archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping, in advance of the construction of the N7 Nenagh Bypass, resulted in the discovery of 4 sites (Sites A-D) in the townland of Lahesseragh. This report details the excavation of one of these sites, Site A. This site was subject to a fu

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Archaeological excavation report, 98E0475 Lehasseragh D, County Tipperary.

Archaeological monitoring of topsoil stripping, in advance of the construction of the N7 Nenagh Bypass, resulted in the discovery of 4 sites (Sites A-D) in the townland of Lahesseragh. This report details the excavation of one of these sites, Site D. This site was subject to a fu

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