Archaeology

On walkabouts in the Valley recently, we discovered that farming activity has placed Sousterrain ME032-049 in danger. This Sousterrain is located opposite Rath Lugh on the Lismullin side. It is obvious that heavy machinery went on top of it’s roof recently during ploughing. This matter has been reposted to National Mon…

Searching through online resources, it is obvious that a lot of previously available public information has been removed. The dedicated M3 Motorway/ archaeology website is now defunct. I have been unable to find any useful information regarding the main sites excavated on the new NRA Database. It is apparent that one m…

All the information in this post is from the defunct website www.m3motorway.ie which was a collaboration between Meath County Council, the National Roads Authority and N3 Meath Consultant ARUP/HALCROW BARRY/MCOS.  A cached copy of most of the website is available to view at www.archive.org. MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONA…

All the information in this post is from the defunct website www.m3motorway.ie which was a collaboration between Meath County Council, the National Roads Authority and N3 Meath Consultant ARUP/HALCROW BARRY/MCOS.  A cached copy of most of the website is available to view at www.archive.org. MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONA…

All the information in this post is from the defunct website www.m3motorway.ie which was a collaboration between Meath County Council, the National Roads Authority and N3 Meath Consultant ARUP/HALCROW BARRY/MCOS.  A cached copy of most of the website is available to view at www.archive.org. MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONA…

All the information in this post is from the defunct website www.m3motorway.ie which was a collaboration between Meath County Council, the National Roads Authority and N3 Meath Consultant ARUP/HALCROW BARRY/MCOS.  A cached copy of most of the website is available to view at www.archive.org. MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONA…

All the information in this post is from the defunct website www.m3motorway.ie which was a collaboration between Meath County Council, the National Roads Authority and N3 Meath Consultant ARUP/HALCROW BARRY/MCOS.  A cached copy of most of the website is available to view at www.archive.org. MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONA…

All the information in this post is from the defunct website www.m3motorway.ie which was a collaboration between Meath County Council, the National Roads Authority and N3 Meath Consultant ARUP/HALCROW BARRY/MCOS.  A cached copy of most of the website is available to view at www.archive.org. MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONA…

  The Database of Irish Excavation Reports – is a website which has been created with funding from the Heritage Council. The database gives access to almost 6,000 excavation reports. Discovery Programme