Archaeological Excavations at Lugduff Townland, Upper Lake, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow 2013: Stratigraphical Report

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Title: Archaeological Excavations at Lugduff Townland, Upper Lake, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow 2013: Stratigraphical Report
Authors: Seaver, MatthewMcDermott, ConorWarren, GraemeKelly, Niamh
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Date: Jul-2014
Online since: 2015-05-19T16:57:13Z
Abstract: This report details the initial results of archaeological excavations at the Upper Lake, Glendalough in 2013. These focussed on an early medieval ditch underlying the ‘‘caher’’ (WI023‐025‐‐‐‐) identified by UCD School of Archaeology in 2012 (Ministerial Consent C536. Excavation No. E4431). Excavations were undertaken between 19th and 28th August 2013 under Ministerial Consent. All excavations were carried out by hand. Desodding and re‐instatement were carried out with the collaboration of a landscape gardener, as per National Parks and Wildlife Service requirements (NPWS). Ministerial Consent C536 was obtained for project with excavation number E4431 assigned for use on finds and the archive. In accordance with the ministerial consent a metal detection survey was undertaken under registration number R310.
metadata.dc.description.othersponsorship: Office of Public Works
Type of material: Technical Report
Publisher: University College Dublin. School of Archaeology
Keywords: Archaeological excavationGlendaloughMedievalWicklow
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
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