Excavations at Knowth Vol 6 The passage tomb l news l

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The Newgrange cursus by Tom Condit

The Newgrange cursus, located c. l00m east of the great passage tomb on a north-south axis, consists of two parallel banks 20m apart, the southern end closed off by a U-shaped terminal. Around l00m of the cursus survives - perhaps only a fragment of its original extent.

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Expedition Magazine - Penn Museum

The tomb at the north has a passage 14 m. long leading to a cruciform chamber 6.50 m. wide and 3 in. high. An L-shaped extension, leading from the southern recess, is without parallel elsewhere. The short passage of the second tomb leads to a circular chamber, 5 m, …

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NEOLITHIC ENGAGEMENTS WITH THE DEAD: MORTUARY …

In EOGAN, G. and CLEARY, K. (eds.), The Passage Tomb Archaeology of the Great Mound at Knowth (Dublin), 387-410. The role of caves in complex Neolithic funerary rituals …

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Items created by Cummings, Vicki - CLOK - Central

Cummings, Vicki ORCID: 0000-0001-9460-1517 (2019) Excavations at Knowth Volume 6: The Passage Tomb Archaeology of the Great Mound at Knowth. Archaeological Journal, 176 (2). pp. 369-372. ISSN 0066-5983

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Items where Subject is "Historical & philosophical studies

Cummings, Vicki ORCID: 0000-0001-9460-1517 (2019) Excavations at Knowth Volume 6: The Passage Tomb Archaeology of the Great Mound at Knowth. Archaeological Journal, 176 (2). pp. 369-372. ISSN 0066-5983 Cummings, Vicki ORCID: 0000-0001-9460-1517 (2017) The Neolithic of Britain and Ireland.

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Some Passage Tombs on Mountain Summits by Tom Barragry

May 01, 2019 · The megalithic passage tomb of Seefin is situated on the summit of a 622 m high mountain in North Wicklow. Nearby on the other summits – Seahan and Seefingan – and in clear view, are other cairns covering similar types of passage tombs. Seefin in fact is one of the four hills in the so called 'Circuit of Kilbride', taking in Seahan

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Upcoming Events | 'The Scottish identity – as illustrated

Apr 23, 2018 · He is Professor Emeritus of Celtic Archaeology at University College Dublin. He was Director of the Knowth excavations for more than 40 years as part of his research into the passage tomb builders in Ireland and Western Europe, author of Excavations at Knowth volumes 1 and 5, and co-author of volume 2.

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Professor Christopher Bronk Ramsey | School of Archaeology

News and Events. Seminar Series 2017). Dating Neolithic human remains from Knowth. In G. Eogan & K. Cleary (Eds.), Excavations at Knowth 6: The Passage Tomb Archaeology of the Great Mound at Knowth (pp. 331–386). The …

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Interpreting megalithic tomb orientation and siting within

Feb 11, 2016 · This paper assesses the measured axial orientations and siting of Irish passage tombs. The distribution of monuments with passages/entrances directed …

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Excavations at a Multi-period Site at Greenbogs

Excavations at Knowth 6: The Neolithic archaeology of the large passage tomb at Knowth, Co. Meath. Dublin : Royal Irish Academy Google Scholar Eogan, G. & Roche, H. 1997 .

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Gormanston Passage Grave – The Modern Antiquarian.com

Hamilton 1846, 251; D'Alton 1884, vol. I, cxxvii. Me 68 Gormanstown Td. 2 Sheet 28 A much larger mound, 25m in diameter, the centre of which has been dug away revealing what appear to be a number of chamber-stones, stands 150m west of Tomb I on a rise in the ground near the main road. Me 69 Gormanstown Td. 3 Sheet 28

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Knowth [Site 1] Passage Grave : The Megalithic Portal and

Dec 27, 2017 · F. Prendergast and T. Ray (forthcoming, 2015), 'Alignment of the Western and Eastern passage tombs at Knowth Tomb 1', Appendix 2 in G. Eogan and K. Cleary (Archaeological Editor), Excavations at Knowth 6: The Great Mound at Knowth (Tomb 1) and its passage tomb archaeology. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy. [ Reply to This]

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Neolithic passage tomb art around the Irish Sea

The location of carved surfaces in the tomb 6.2.2. The location of the signs in the tomb 6.2.3. The limits of the statistical approach 6.3. ThE KERB 6.4. ThE TOMB axIS 6.4.1. An axis of orientation 6.4.2. An axis of partition 6.5. INTERNal lIMITS aND STRuCTuRES Of PaSSagE 6.5.1. Parallel chevrons 6.5.2. The scalariform signs 6.5.3. The lines of

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Excavations at Knowth Volume 6: The Passage Tomb

It is hoped that the research presented in this volume, the sixth in the Excavations at Knowth series, will lead to a better understanding of the people who built the passage tomb cemetery at Knowth, and also contribute to the wider appreciation of society at the time.

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Excavations at the site of Palaion Demarcheion, Lefkosia

2. 70. CCEC 34, 2004. The excavations so far have attested continuous occupation of the site from the 11th century A.D. up to the 20th. It is clear now that the site is located in a lively quarter of the Medieval capital of the island, which contained churches, monumental domestic buildings, workshops, wells, cisterns and other architectural features, the nature of which still remains to …

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George Eogan - Excavations at Knowth - Current Archaeology

Secrets of Ireland's ancient passage tomb Knowth published

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"The Frontiers of Imperial Rome" by David Breeze | Society

He is Professor Emeritus of Celtic Archaeology at University College Dublin. He was Director of the Knowth excavations for more than 40 years as part of his research into the passage tomb builders in Ireland and Western Europe, author of Excavations at Knowth volumes 1 and 5, and co-author of volume 2.

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Vicki Cummings | University of Central Lancashire

Trial excavations and geophysical surveys were also conducted over other features on Blasthill and at other locations in the wider area, and as such we have been able to identify several other key areas of prehistoric activity, particularly in relation to monument construction. Book review: Excavations at Knowth volume 6: the passage tomb

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