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« Reply #25 on: October 08, 2010, 07:03:43 PM »

oh heck i should be able to add a little Norwegian News.

On the main topic, I am happy another company is taking R-L159.2 serious.


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« Reply #26 on: October 08, 2010, 10:17:41 PM »

Didn't Mick Aston and Time Team find a monastic settlement in Armagh when looking
at Emhain Macha. That's a couple of miles out from the city and not big (well not what I saw of it) The 2 cathederals are on quite steep hills and the roads around them are narrow and cover a fair area. They could be based on the layout of a 10cent town like Monastic settlement. Its nopt devloped like the immediatly surrounding area.
The archeology is the  Emhain Macha area is confussing, there is so much over so long mixed up by farmers moving it, ploughing it, even using neolithic carved stones to prop up  a cattle trough.
It will take ages to sort out  if any one tries but there is some great documentation
on the area (if they let you look at it) 
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