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Archaeological Inventory of County Meath

The Archaeological Inventory of County Meath compiled by Michael J. Moore was published by the Archaeological Survey, Office of Public Works in 1987. It can be purchased from the Government Publications Office, Sun Alliance House, Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.

All known archaeological sites from the neolithic up to about 1700 AD are listed by category: Megalithic Tombs, Barrows, Cemetery Mounds, Ring-ditches, Tumuli, Mounds, Cists and Pits, Prehistoric Decorated Stones, Stone Circles and Henges, Standing Stones, Fulachta Fiadh, Crannogs, Hillforts, Inland Promontory and Cliff-top Forts, Habitatins Sites, Souterrains, Ringforts and Cashels, Enclosures, Earthworks, Linear Earthworks, Rectilinear Enclosures and Earthworks, Field Systems, Large Enclosures, Churches, Crosses, Fonts, Sculptured and Inscribed Stones, Cemeteries, Mottes, Moated Sites, Deserted Settlements, Ringworks, Castles, Tower Houses and Gatehouses, Stone Houses, Town Defences, Roads, Bridges and Post-medieval Fortifications.

There are 1854 sites listed, each entry has a brief description of the site with principle dimensions, the townland where the site is located and the national grid reference. There are only 30 photographs (in black and white). The book includes 28 location maps with unique reference numbers for the archaeological sites.

       


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Boyne Valley Tours Private Tour with pick up and return to your accommodation. Newgrange World Heritage site, the 10th century High Crosses at Monasterboice, Hill of Tara the seat of the High Kings, Bective Abbey and Trim Castle the largest Norman castle in Ireland More ...



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