Excavation of an early medieval secular cemetery at Knowth

Excavation of an early medieval secular cemetery at Knowth

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Lorna O'Donnell | University College Dublin - Academia.edu

This research details the analysis of charcoal and charred plant remains from Knowth Site M, Co. Meath, Ireland. The site comprised a linear trench and cluster of irregular pits; a cemetery enclosed by two sub-circular ditches of 6th–10th century date; and an outer earthwork added sometime later in the early medieval period.

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Books - Ancient Ireland, Newgrange & Megalithic sites

Knowth Books. Knowth and the passage-tombs of Ireland by George Eogan. Ireland in Prehistory by Michael Herity and George Eogan. Excavations at Knowth Vol.2, Vol.3, Vol.4, Vol.5; Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M by Geraldine Stout and Matthew Stout. Treasures of the Boyne Valley: by Peter Harbison.

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Geraldine Stout (Author of Newgrange)

Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M, County Meath by. Geraldine Stout, Matthew Stout. 4.50 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2008 Want to Read

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(PDF) Burials and boundaries at Britonstown, Co. Wicklow

Burial and ritual in early medieval north Wexford: new evidence from Ask townland By Paul Stevens O'Sullivan, A. and Kinsella, J. (2013) Living with a sacred landscape: interpreting the early medieval archaeology of the Hill of Tara and its environs, AD 400-1100.

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Items where Author is "Brady, Conor" - STÓR

In: Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M, Co. Meath and related sites in north-east Leinster. Wordwell, Bray, pp. 117-124. ISBN ISBN KefidKefid Monograph. Brady, Conor and Barton, Kevin and Seaver, Matthew (2012) The Hill of Slane Archaeological Project (HoSAP) EF/HER/2011/68. Preliminary Survey Report 2012.

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(PDF) Early medieval farming and food production: a review

The excavation of an early . cemetery at Knowth Site M, County Meath. Wordwell, Dublin, 138–148. Applied to an early Medieval Celtic settlement in Ireland (a crannog) this approach

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Conor Brady | Dundalk Institute of Technology - Academia.edu

In: G. Stout and M. Stout Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M, Co. Meath and related sites in north-east Leinster. Wordwell, Bray, pp. …

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BURIAL IN EARLY MEDIEVAL WALES: IDENTIFYING

Jul 09, 2021 · Irish early medieval cemetery settlements represent a complete break with past funerary practices. Terminology. The Welsh Archaeological Research Framework identifies ongoing difficulty in recognizing and characterizing early medieval settlement (Edwards, Davies and Hemer 2017, 6–7). The identification of cemetery settlements in Wales is

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Newgrange Books - Boyne Valley, Ireland - Knowth

An earthwork complex at Knowth, downslope from the main passage tomb, was investigated by G. Stout between 2002-2004. This has been interpreted as an early medieval 'secular' cemetery. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, extensive excavations were carried out in the hinterland of Brú na Bóinne, largely as a result of the major infrastructural schemes which were initiated at that time.

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Penny Johnston - IPEAN

In G. Stout and M. Stout Excavation of an Early medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M, County Meath. Wordwell, Dublin. Johnston, P. (2007) Appendix IV. Analysis of plant remains, pp. 122–124. In C. Baker Excavations at Cloncowan II, Co. …

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Site of Early Medieval graveyard - Our Warwickshire

The site of an Early Medieval cemetery which was discovered during an archaeological excavation. It is located 500m south west of Wootton Pool. Can you help? Please upload a photograph of this historic site. Notes about this historic site. 1 Notes from the excavation. 2 Letter informing the Museum that a grave digger had encountered foundations

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Appendix V Analysis of the charred plant remains and

The great passage-tomb of Newgrange, has become internationally famous since the discovery of its orientation towards the rising sun at the winter solstice, and excavations at the neighbouring tomb of Knowth have given unprecedented insight into the wealth of Irish megalithic art.

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Excavation of a Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M

Catalogue Search for "m" Excavation of an early medieval secular cemetery at Previous; Next > Excavation of an early medieval secular cemetery at Knowth Site M, County Meath. Stout, Geraldine T; Stout, Matthew. Book, Reproduction. English. Published Dublin: Wordwell, 2008. No availability records for this item.

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Books - Ancient Ireland, Newgrange & Megalithic sites

Knowth Books. Knowth and the passage-tombs of Ireland by George Eogan. Ireland in Prehistory by Michael Herity and George Eogan. Excavations at Knowth Vol.2, Vol.3, Vol.4, Vol.5; Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M by Geraldine Stout and Matthew Stout. Treasures of the Boyne Valley: by Peter Harbison.

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Pdf Online Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular

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Early Medieval Archaeology Project (EMAP) Bibliography

Doyle, Ian. 1998. The early medieval activity at Dalkey Island, Co. Dublin: a re-assessment. Journal of Irish Archaeology Vol. 9 (1998) pp 89-103 Eogan, G. 1968 Excavations at Knowth, Co. Meath, 1962-1965. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 66C, 299-382. Eogan, G. 1973. A decade of excavations at Knowth. Irish University Review. Spring 1973

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Excavation of an early medieval secular cemetery at Knowth

Excavation of an Early Medieval Secular Cemetery at Knowth Site M by Geraldine Stout and Matthew Stout. Excavations revealed three main phases of activity: linear trenches and a cluster of irregularly shaped pits; a cemetery enclosed by two subcircular ditches of 6th to 10th century date and a later external earthwork constructed in the early medieval period.

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Early Christian Knowth and the Kingdom of Brega

Géraldine Stout and Matthew Stout, Excavation of a secular cemetery at Knowth Site M, County Meath, and related sites in north-east Leinster (Dublin: Word …

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The Brugh na Bóinne Research Project - NUI Galway

During the early medieval period, Knowth (ancient Cnogba) served as the royal seat of the kings of north Brega and it is likely that the archaeological complex at Crewbane forms an integrap part of its royal demesne.

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