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A Dictionary of Irish Archaeology

By (author) Laurence Flanagan
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Gill, Dublin, Ireland
Imprint: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
Published: 31st Mar 1992
Dimensions: w 138mm h 216mm
ISBN-10: 0717118355
ISBN-13: 9780717118359
Barcode No: 9780717118359
This reference work lists all the major excavated sites and all the major finds, including hoards, which are important to the study of Irish archaeology. The work ranges in time from the mesolithic period to the end of the medieval era and aims to provide an authoritatiove overview of Irish archaeology for excavators, students and the general reader. Ireland is particularly rich in archaeological remains, with Newgrange in County Meath perhaps the most famous and best excavated passage tomb in Europe. The country abounds in material both from prehistoric and historical periods, not least in religious sites. In addition, the book also deals with subjects as diverse as mining, ordnance, standing stones, earthworks and hammers.

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