Eachtra Journal

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Bronze Age house at Clash, Co. Tipperary

July, 2011 · Written by: Eachtra Print This Page This entry is part 2 of 33 in the Issue 11

Archaeological Excavation Report

Bronze Age house

The excavation of the site at Clash comprised a truncated Bronze Age house dating to the Late Bronze Age. The structure was defined by a double ring of post-holes, the inner ring was concentric with the outer ring, but neither ring was complete. The internal diameter of the complete structure was 6.2 m. The entrance to the house faced east-northeast and measured 1.2 m in width. A small pit and four stake-holes were located centrally in the structure.

Author: John Tierney

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