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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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.