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Re: UPLAND LANDSCAPE ALTERATION IN SOUTH EAST IRELAND.
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tiompan wrote:

TJJ ,the distribution on the east side of the Irish sea is Cornwall and the western extremities of Wales .In Ireland it is the area west of the Welsh monuments (Wicklow to Wexford )but also much of the north ( Aughnacliffe is on the southern edge of this distribution ) plus some in the west central area centred on Galway .


Thanks Tiompan, I'll be travelling to Glengariff from Wexford so will do a bit of research on where the Wexford portal tombs are .. just been reading up on Ballybrittas, although the one photograph here does not look promising.


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Posted by tjj
11th February 2012ce
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