Eachtra Journal

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Burnt Mound at Kilshanny, Co. Cork

May, 2011 · Written by: Eachtra Print This Page This entry is part 28 of 37 in the Issue 10

Archaeological Excavation Report

Burnt Mound

The excavation of the site at Kilshanny 3 comprised a burnt mound. The mound overlay a large rectangular trough, two pits and a post-hole. Two Late Bronze Age radiocarbon dates were returned from the fills of the trough and a pit. A small quantity of charred cereals and plant remains were recovered from the burnt mound.

Authors: James Lyttleton & Nick Garland

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