Limerick
2007:1118
Killeline
No archaeological significance
12814 13195
LI036–073
07E0157
A test excavation was conducted at Killeline, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, on 1 March 2007. The proposed development involved the construction of a dwelling and associated services within the zone of archaeological potential for an enclosure. Six trenches were excavated across the site. A stone-lined field drain was uncovered in two of the trenches. Three sherds of 19th-century pottery were also recovered. Nothing of archaeological significance was uncovered during the testing.
John O’Connor, Ballingoola, Grange, Co. Limerick.


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