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Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week Four
This week, students learned to draw archaeological finds and carefully removed soil layers overlying the interior of the site.
Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week Three
After heavy rain over the weekend, we cleaned up the trench to create a plan and undertake a detailed topographic survey.
Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week Two
The second week at Achill Island marked the beginning of the main student groups to arrive for the summer.
Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week One
The goal for the first week of the new season was to excavate a pre-bog field wall that connects the Court Tomb in Keel East townland to the Cromlech Tumulus site.
Final Preparations for 2015 Season
With just a week to go before our season of excavations start, it is quite a frantic time at Achill Archaeological Field School.
Plan for the Upcoming Season at Achill in 2015
We’ve finalized plans for the 2015 season at Achill Island, Ireland, and we have an action-packed summer ahead of us!
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Eighteen
Excavation of Bronze Age Round Houses on the southern slopes of Slievemore Mountain on Achill Island
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Seventeen
This entry from Achill Island, Ireland, is a description of a small project undertaken in the early spring of 2014 before the main excavations began.
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Sixteen
Work at Achill Archaeological Field School continues on a number of fronts, though the 2014 field season ended a little over two months ago.
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Fifteen
During the final week of 2014 field work, we offered our assistance to the Achill Historical and Archaeological Society.
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