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Sligo archaeological discovery. by James Percy Tufnell Burchell

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Published in Dublin .
Written in English

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Pagination10 p. :
Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL19482795M

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  An archaeologist made a chance finding while investigating the Knocknarea cave in Ireland and caught a glimpse of a sliver of bone, leading to the discovery of numerous bones . "The real story will be when we do our post-excavation analysis and figure out what they tell us about prehistoric Sligo," said Orlaith. The findings will then be published in a book in about two. What they wanted. When one of its lecturers made a world-class archaeological discovery with a 3,year-old bear bone, third-level institution IT Sligo needed world-class storytelling; to deliver the . Purchase tickets for an archaeological tour of Sligo, available 27th May or 5th July , from Achill Archaeological Field School.