The Excavation of a Post-Medieval Settlement at Rough Point, Killybegs, County Donegal
FRANK COYNE AND TRACY COLLINS
This is the second in a series of Aegis Archaeology Reports, The Excavation of a Post-Medieval Settlement at Rough Point, Killybegs, County Donegal, (published 2004), details the excavations necessitated by the development of Killybegs harbour, involving the construction of a new quay, and the reclamation of 28 acres from the sea.
Five rectangular drystone structures were excavated, dating to seventeenth century. This 67 page report (ISBN 0-9541765-1-0), is illustrated with plans and a photograph of each house. The site is set in both its historical and archaeological context, and also contains a comprehensive discussion on the importance of the site.
Authors Frank Coyne and Tracy Collins. Quarto size, 67 pages, frontispiece, 8 figures, 12 plates (11 black and white, 1 colour), and 2 tables.
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