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Discovery Programme Reports: No. 5

€15.00

Book Details

Published by Discovery Programme

January 1999

Paperback / softback

Number of pages: 146

ISBN: 9781874045694

This fifth report in the Discovery Programme archaeological series includes an insightful review by Martin Doody on excavations undertaken at Chancellorsland, south Tipperary. Barry Masterson writes a detailed survey on Carn Tigherna in County Cork and discusses the use of up-to-date surveying techniques. Tom Condit and Aidan O'Sullivan address the importance of assessing sites by moving through landscape and waterways, and Eoin Grogan presents an interim report on excavations at Mooghaun hillfort in County Clare.