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—The role of caves in complex Neolithic funerary rituals on Knocknarea Mountain, Co. Sligo —Some notes on horse-riding in the Irish Later Bronze Age —A Late Bronze Age field system and settlement on the Antrim Plateau: preliminary results —Rectilinear drystone cashel and enclosure settlements in the Burren, Co. Clare —Religious change in a royal landscape: Domnach Mór Maige
Áine and Mullach Cé, Co. Limerick —Lurgabrack, Co. Donegal: a Viking Age hoard of ScotoScandinavian silver —Feudal power in a Gaelic world? Contextualising the encastellation of pre-Norman Ireland —Pottery production in twelfth–fifteenthcentury Ireland as an indicator of cultural, social and economic relationships —Planning for archaeology
Archaeology Ireland Winter 2019