e-Book Irish Field Monuments (English and Irish Edition) epub downloadAuthor: C Manning
Pages: 24 pages
Publisher: Office of Public Works,Ireland (December 31, 1998)
Language: English Irish
Category: Ancient Civilizations
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Irish Field Monuments - Free download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. Monuments Contents 2 Introduction 3 Ringforts 4 Souterrains 5 Crannogs 6 Hillforts and Promontory forts 8 Early ecclesiastical enclosures 10 Linear earthworks and roadways 11 Fulachta Fiadh and Horizontal mills 13 Megalithic tombs 15 Mounds, Cairns and Barrows 17 Stone circles, Alignments, Standing stones and Rock art a 18 Medieval earthworks Aerial view of a ringfort at Lisnabin, Co. Westmeath.
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