Archaeological excavation report, E2844 Mucklagh 2, County Offaly.

This report presents the results of archaeological investigations carried out on behalf of Offaly County Council as part of the Advance Archaeological Works Contract for the N52 Tullamore Bypass. It was one of eleven sites excavated on this scheme. The work was undertaken under M

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Archaeological excavation report, E2847 Ardan 1, County Offaly.

This report presents the results of archaeological investigations carried out on behalf of Offaly County Council as part of the Advance Archaeological Works Contract for the N52 Tullamore Bypass. It was one of eleven sites excavated on this scheme (Appendix 12). The work was unde

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Archaeological excavation report, 04E0690 Newtown 2, County Westmeath.

Archaeological excavation of the Newtown 2 site in Newtown townland on the outskirts of Mullingar town, County Westmeath, was undertaken in May and June 2004 in advance of the proposed N52 Mullingar Bypass. The site lay very close to Newtown 3 (Stevens 2005b) and was discovered d

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Archaeological excavation report, 04E0689 Newtown 1, County Westmeath.

This report details the results of the archaeological excavation of a site in Newtown townland on the proposed route of the N52 Mullingar Bypass, County Westmeath (Ordnance Survey six-inch, Sheet 26, 350mm from the western margin and 470mm from the southern margin; National Grid

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Archaeological excavation report, 04E0688 Marlinstown 1, County Westmeath.

This report details the results of the archaeological excavation of a site in Marlinstown townland, on the proposed route of the N52 Mullingar Bypass, County Westmeath (Ordnance Survey sixinch Sheet 19, 41 Imm from the western margin and 028mm from the southern margin; National G

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Archaeological excavation report, 04E0687 Boardstown 1, County Westmeath.

Archaeological excavation of a site in Boardstown townland, on the outskirts of Mullingar town, County Westmeath, was undertaken in June 2004 in advance of the proposed N52 Mullingar Bypass. The site was discovered during archaeological testing of the road scheme by Rob O'Hara (l

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Archaeological excavation report, 04E0691 Newtown 3, County Westmeath.

This report details the results of the archaeological excavation of site Newtown 3, in Newtown townland, County Westmeath (Ordnance Survey six-inch, Sheet 26, 344mm from the western margin and 467mm from the southern margin; National Grid Reference 244959, 250491; Figures 1 & 3).

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Archaeological excavation report, 04E0322 Templescoby Site 8 extension, County Wexford.

This report comprises the final results of the archaeological excavation of Site 8 (extension), located along the re-alignment of the N30 roadway (Ch.10.450), within the townland of Templescoby, Co. Wexford (NGC: 292779E, 138372N). Licence number 04E0322, previously issued to Dr.

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E0861 Propoge AR34, County Cork.

This site was uncovered in the townland of Propoge during monitoring of ground works for ?Kirk?s Farm Access Road? at Chainage 220 of that line. It is a levelled fulacht fiadh in an excavation area of 6m north?south by 6m east?west. It consisted of a thin spread of burnt-mound

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E0728 Clashadunna East AR29, County Cork.

During monitoring of topsoil stripping of the Old Killeagh Road realignment, the damaged remains of a fulacht fiadh (AR29) were excavated within an area measuring 13m east?west by 8m north?south. A single oval-shaped trough 2.3m east?west by 1.90m north?south and 0.55m deep wa

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E0549 Ballyvergan West AR26, County Cork.

The site consisted of a dense cluster of pits, postholes and stakeholes truncated by later postmedieval drainage ditches. It was not always possible to positively identify structures within the distribution of these features. However, there is evidence of at least one oval/subcir

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Archaeological excavation report, 01E0543 AR19 Propogue, County Cork.

A total of twenty-eight areas for Archaeological Resolution (AR?s) were identified during advance stripping and monitoring of groundworks for the N25 Youghal Bypass scheme. The sites were distributed all along the route and consisted of small archaeological features such as isola

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