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by William O'Brien

eBook Sacred ground: Megalithic tombs in coastal south-west Ireland (Bronze Age studies) ePub
Author: William O'Brien
Language: English
ISBN: 095356200X
ISBN13: 978-0953562008
Publisher: Dept. of Archaeology, National University of Ireland; First Edition edition (1999)
Pages: 333
Category: Ancient Civilizations
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.2
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Signed by the Author on title page, ex university copy with stamps and dedication on prelims, some light wear to covers, but clean text,

Signed by the Author on title page, ex university copy with stamps and dedication on prelims, some light wear to covers, but clean text,. Bronze Age Studies 4, Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory 057062. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4.

Sacred Ground: Megalithic Tombs in Coastal South-West Ireland. Department of Archaeology, Galway: National University of Ireland Galway, 1999. Illustrated Guide to Newgrange and Other Boyne Monuments (3rd e. Wexford: John English, 1978. Newgrange: Archaeology, Art and Legend.

This case study mainly encompasses the Neolithic tradition of megalithic tomb building in Ireland and outlines a template methodology and . O’ Brien W (1999) Sacred ground: megalithic tombs in coastal south-west Ireland.

This case study mainly encompasses the Neolithic tradition of megalithic tomb building in Ireland and outlines a template methodology and framework for a more holistic approach to th. . Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland, GalwayGoogle Scholar. Otte ML (ed) (2003) Wetlands of Ireland: distribution, ecology, uses and economic value.

Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 97C, 101-193. Sacred Ground: Megalithic Tombs in Coastal South-west Ireland. Galway: Department of Archaeology, NUIG. O’Donovan, J. F. 1985. The Human Remains from Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford. Unpublished MA Thesis, University College Cork.

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O’Brien, W. 1999 Sacred Ground: Megalithic Tombs in Coastal South-west Ireland. Galway University Press: Galway. O’Brien, W. 2002 Megaliths in a Mythologised Landscape: South-west Ireland in the Iron Age. In: C. Scarre (e. Monuments and Landscape in Atlantic Europe.

William O'Brien; (2000) 'Megalithic tombs, metal resources and territory in prehistoric south-west Ireland' In.

William O'Brien; (2000) 'Megalithic tombs, metal resources and territory in prehistoric south-west Ireland' In: New Agendas in Irish Prehistory: Papers in Commemoration of Liz Anderson. Dublin: Wordwell more

Sacred Ground: Megalithic Tombs in Coastal South-West Ireland. The Bronze Age Landscapes of the Pipeline to the West: An integrated Archaeological and Environmental Assessment. Bray: Wordwell, pp. 281–84.

Sacred Ground: Megalithic Tombs in Coastal South-West Ireland. Galway: Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland. Donnabháin, B. 1988.

the first book on Bronze Age copper mining in Europe. Clashanimud and the Bronze Age hillforts of Munster' William O'Brien (2016) 'Clashanimud and the Bronze Age hillforts of Munster'. His most recent work is a study of hillforts, warfare and society in Late Bronze Age Ireland. Megalithic tombs, metal resources and territory in prehistoric south-west Ireland' William O'Brien; (2000) 'Megalithic tombs, metal resources and territory in prehistoric south-west Ireland' In: New Agendas in Irish Prehistory: Papers in Commemoration of Liz Anderson. 'Clashanimud and the Bronze Age hillforts of Munster' William O'Brien (2016) 'Clashanimud and the Bronze Age hillforts of Munster'.

Ireland has a number of megalithic monuments, typically comprising one of four types of megalithic tombs: court cairns, passage tombs, portal dolmens and wedge tombs. These tombs have an open east-facing entrance court which leads into a number of rectangular chambers (up to four). The chambers are roofed on the inside by corbelling. Each of these chambers may contain inhumations and cremated remains. Surrounding these chambers is a low dry stone wall with orthostats at the extremities.

Signed by the Author on title page, ex university copy with stamps and dedication on prelims, some light wear to covers, but clean text,.Bronze Age Studies 4,
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