Hull, G. and Taylor, K. (2006). Archaeological sites on the route of the N21 Castleisland to Abbeyfeale Road Improvement Scheme, Co. Kerry. J Kerry Archaeol Hist Soc 6 (Series 2). Vol 6, pp. 5-59.

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Archaeological sites on the route of the N21 Castleisland to Abbeyfeale Road Improvement Scheme, Co. Kerry
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J Kerry Archaeol Hist Soc 6 (Series 2)
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Journal of the Kerry Archaeological & Historical Society
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6
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5 - 59
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Report on six sites (four in Kilmaniheen West and two in Knockbrack) located as a result of intensive test trenching along the course of the scheme, and excavated. The sites comprised a small fulacht fiadh with an unlined oval trough dated to the tenth to twelfth centuries BC in Kilmaniheen West townland; a second fulacht fiadh, again in Kilmaniheen West, dated to the ninth to tenth centuries BC with an oak-lined trough; an iron-smelting site with some evidence for smithing dated to between the second and seventh centuries AD in Knockbrack townland; a single pit containing charred cereal grains and dated to the seventh century AD, again in Knockbrack; a group of nineteen pits used for the production of charcoal and dated to the ninth to twelfth centuries AD in Kilmaniheen West; and three stone-built, early-nineteenth-century vernacular buildings, again in Kilmaniheen West. Separately authored contributions include
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Graham Hull
Kate Taylor
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2006
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Pit (Auto Detected Subject))
Charred Cereal (Auto Detected Subject))
Tenth To Twelfth Centuries Bc (Auto Detected Temporal)
Charcoal (Auto Detected Subject))
Trough (Auto Detected Subject))
Oaklined Trough (Auto Detected Subject))
Tenth Centuries Bc (Auto Detected Temporal)
Pits (Auto Detected Subject))
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01 Oct 2007