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Construction engineering, Archaeology
The discovery in 2007 of a prehistoric post-built enclosure at Lismullin, Co. Meath, during archaeological investigations in advance of the construction of the M3 motorway is, arguably, the most significant Irish archaeological discovery of recent times. This appendix summarises a commissioned specialist report on the spatial and archaeoastronomical features of the enclosure.
Prendergast, F. (2013) 'The Lismullin Enclosure—a designed ritual space'. In O' Connell, A. (Ed.) Harvesting the stars: a pagan temple at Lismullin, Co. Meath. NRA Scheme Monographs. Dublin: National Roads Authority. 151–157.
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First published in 2013 by The National Roads Authority, St Martin’s House, Waterloo Road, Dublin 4
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