Archaeological Excavation

Archaeological Excavation is the systematic recording and removal of layers of soil, deposits, structures and artefacts by a qualified archaeologist.

 

Post-excavation analysis and publication of the results of the excavation are all integral parts of the process. Full excavation is used as a method of preservation by record.

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 Recent Projects:

  • Sheil Hospital new Community Nursing Unit Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. Excavation of a Bronze Age burial ground for the HSE Northwest.
     

  • Sligo Dominican Friary (National Monument No. 189), Sligo. Excavation in advance of boundary wall
    rehabilitation works for the Office of Public Works.

     

  • Kilmacannon, Co. Sligo. Excavation of the location of a cross inscribed stone for the National Monuments Service.