Archaeological survey of the Dingle Peninsula


A description of the field antiquities of the Barony of Corca Dhuibhne from the Mesolithic period to the … = Suirbhe seandalaiochta Chorca Dhuibhne


by Judith Cuppage

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Comprehensive and detailed archaeological inventory of the Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry. Describes sites and monuments, by type, from the earliest human activity to the seventeenth century AD in 1572 individual entries. Classes of monument covered are: shell middens, pre-bog field systems and associated sites, megalithic tombs, stone alignments and standing stones, rock art, miscellaneous graves and burials, cairns and mounds, fulachta fiadh, ring-barrows, inland promontory forts, coastal promontory forts, ringforts, isolated souterrains, ogham stones, early ecclesiastical sites, old burial grounds, holy wells, bullaun stones, ‘sites’ of churches, medieval churches, castles, town of Dingle, huts – clochauns, miscellaneous and unclassified sites. Complete with introduction, architectural glossary and extensive bibliography.