3,000-year-old Bronze Age oak road to be preserved in Co Westmeath — Archaeology in Europe News

This could almost be my “Prehistoric Trackways 3” Blog post ;).

It is good to see that this site is getting the peservation order it needs.

Bronze Age track at Mayne Bog: when Westland Horticulture uncovered it in 2005 the National Monuments Service did not issue a preservation order or record it in the Register of Historic MonumentsBronze Age track at Mayne Bog: when Westland HoA 3,000-year-old, oak road through Mayne bog, near Coole in Co Westmeath is to be protected…

via 3,000-year-old Bronze Age oak road to be preserved in Co Westmeath — Archaeology in Europe News

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