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30 April 2005
Ancient communal cooking places found in Limerick

Ancient communal cooking places discovered during excavation work in Limerick (Ireland) may belong to the Bronze Age. Frank Coyne, managing director of the Corbally based company, Aegis Archaeology said the ancient site was discovered on an area being prepared for private development. "During excavations carried out by us on the Southern Ring Road we excavated some forts and fulachtafaigh, which were communal cooking places between 3,000 and 4,000 years old.

Source: Limerick Post (30 April 2005)

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