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Poulnabrone: An early Neolithic portal tomb in Ireland’

Poulnabrone: An early Neolithic portal tomb in Ireland’

Ann Lynch

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Archaeological excavations were carried out at Poulnabrone portal tomb (one of Ireland's most recognisable megalithic tombs), Co. Clare during the period 1986-88, under the direction of Ann Lynch of the National Monuments Service.

The entire chamber and part of the cairn were excavated resulting in the retrieval of the remains of at least 36 individuals, an assemblage of chert / flint tools, bone / antler and stone artefacts, animal bone and palaeoenvironmental samples.

Analysis of these remains has thrown light on the lifestyle and burial practices of some of Ireland’s earliest settlers.

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Author Ann Lynch
Publisher Wordwell
Publication date 4 Jul 2014
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781406428179

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