Bective excavations Blog


Day 16 – All hands on deck
July 26, 2011, 9:51 pm
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Excavation continued in Cutting H and its extension Cutting L. There was a steady buzz of work with most of the team concentrated in this area. Cutting M was opened to the west of the garden Cutting, to look for the garden wall. It was finished by the end of the day butalas, no wall. We had some extra help drafted, Peter Lacey  and the young Rory Blunts who helped with the riddle. Some of the students headed off to Newgrange for some podcasting.

Peter Lacey contemplates the meaning of Cutting H.

Oisín and Eoin, sons of Rory Blunt, hand over the discoveries from the riddle to Noel Carey.

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