The first week of the new season started on the 18th of May. This was a one week course for archaeologically inclined members of the public and we were joined by Roy, an IT specialist from the UK, and Damien, a road traffic accident investigator from Dublin, and of course Abigail, who has come back to Achill Archaeological Field School for a second year, this time as a Trainee Supervisor. After an introduction session in the Field School’s Lecture Room, we headed up to Slievemore to begin the excavation at the Cromlech Tumulus site and associated Danish Ditch or prebog field wall. - See more at: http://www.archaeological.org/news/achillisland/19416#sthash.9z9i8bhF.dpuf
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