An Archaeological Survey of County Armagh
- Ken Neill - Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA)
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
This long-awaited survey, 'An Archaeological Survey of County Armagh', covers all known archaeological sites and monuments in the county outside the city of Armagh up to 1550. Monuments range in type and date, from prehistoric settlements and tombs to late medieval churches and tower-houses.
'An Archaeological Survey of County Armagh' includes detailed sections on each major chronological period with particular reference to the county and separate inventory descriptions for each site. Fully illustrated throughout, in both colour and black and white, it combines the results of antiquarian investigations with more recent excavations and survey to produce an invaluable summary of current knowledge.
Detailed discussion of major periods and current knowledge with particular reference to the county.
Over 800 inventory descriptions including internationally-known monuments such as Haughey's Fort and Navan, the Dorsey, Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone, and Killevy Churches.
Summaries of the results of all excavations and published investigations outside Armagh City.
Comprehensive bibliography and discussion of major sources.
Fully illustrated with distribution maps, photographs, and drawings.
|Size||226 x 278mm||Price||£40.00|
|Format||Hardback||Published||12 Aug 2009|
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