This monograph presents the results of archaeological excavations
undertaken during the construction of six Bord Gais Eireann
pipelines, mainly in County Cork but also extending into south
County Tipperary. Seventy-one new archaeological sites were
discovered and these are presented chronologically. There is
specific focus on topics such as Late Neolithic Grooved Ware
practices, Bronze Age settlements, fulachtai fia or burnt mound
sites, Iron Age funerary rituals, Early Medieval settlement
enclosures and both cereal-drying and metalworking traditions from
the Iron Age to the Medieval period. The analysis and research
presented is based on the results of excavations prepared by each
site director. Lavishly illustrated, this volume presents the
findings in an attractive and comprehensive manner.
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