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Looking for excavation reports

Postby Morcant on Sun Jan 31, 2010 9:43 pm

Im looking after several early medieval excavation reports. Beeing a studient (in Brittany) I have some free access to online databases but I wasn't able to find some of those very interesting reports.

Here are the references:

Collins, A E P, 1955 Excavations at Lough Faughan crannog, Co Down, Ulster J Archaeol, 18,
45–81
Hencken, H, 1938 Cahercommaun: a stone fort in County Clare, Dublin: Royal Society
Antiquaries Ireland

Hencken, H, 1942 Balinderry Crannog, No 2, Proc Royal Irish Acad, 47C, 1–76
Hencken, H, 1950 Lagore Crannog: an Irish royal residence of the 7th to 10th centuries, Proc
Royal Irish Acad
, 53C, 1–247
Lynn, C J, 1982 The excavation of Rathmullan, a raised rath and motte in Co Down, Ulster J
Archaeol
, 44–5, 65–171
Lynn, C J, 1986a Excavations on a mound at Gransha, Co Down, 1972 and 1982: an interim
statement, Ulster J Archaeol, 48, 81–90
Lynn, C J, 1986b Excavations at Rathmullan, Co Down: addenda, Ulster J Archaeol 48, 130–132
O'Kelly, M J, 1962 Two ring-forts at Garryduff, Co Cork, Proc Royal Irish Acad, 63C, 17–125
Ó Ríordáin, A B, & Rynne, E, 1961 A settlement in the sandhills at Dooey, Co Donegal, J Royal
Soc Antiq Ireland
, 91, 58–64
Ó Ríordáin, S P, 1942 The excavation of a large earthen ring-fort at Garranes, Co Cork, Proc
Royal Irish Acad
, 47C, 77–150
Raftery, J, 1952 Crannog finds at Lough Gara, J Royal Soc Antiq Ireland, 82, 182–183

I must admit that's quite a big list!
Among those I am mostly looking for Ballindery 2, Lagore, Garranes and Garryduff. I am also looking for Cloigher excavation report, haven't find the exact reference.
Any help is welcome, thanks a lot! ;)
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby Morcant on Sun Jan 31, 2010 9:52 pm

Ups! Wrong forum, I shall have posted this in 'Early Medieval' :roll:
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby brendan on Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:36 am

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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby Morcant on Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:35 am

Thanks ;)
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby oleg on Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:05 pm

Hi,
I haven't seen such reports in electronic format yet. If you find them somewhere - you are lucky.
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby Cathal on Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:59 am

Well, the report on Ballinderry 1 is here: http://www.ria.ie/cgi-bin/ria/papers/100218.pdf - but i'm sure you know alredy. Maybe there are some useful references at the end of it, on pages 46/47?

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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby Freebeard on Thu Feb 18, 2010 10:43 pm

Hencken's report on Ballinderry 2 is available on JSTOR, but for some reason not working properly. It comes up on screen, but the PDF version does not seem to work. If anybody gets it downloaded, may I get a copy?
Same going for his Lagore excavatin reports...this is a shame.
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby Morcant on Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:18 pm

Thanks, Im going to check JSTOR to see if it is working for me. If yes Ill forward it to you ;)

Thanks aswell Cathal :)
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby oldrat on Sat Feb 20, 2010 7:11 pm

most terrible,what many Publicationsin jstor

who could download Publicationsin and send by e-mail ?
I think people who love living history
should help each other
regardless of the country
age sex religion
I can help with the literature
to Russian in the early Middle Ages


sorry for my English
but I think you understand me)
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Re: Looking for excavation reports

Postby oleg on Sun Feb 21, 2010 10:34 am

Did you get a chance to download Lagore and Ballinderry 2 reports from JSTOR?
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