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Archaeologists uncover 5,700-year-old Neolithic house in southern Ireland (www.irishexaminer.com)

The foundations of a 5,700-year-old Neolithic house, evidence of Bronze Age burials and Iron Age smelting have been discovered by archaeologists as a result of excavations at the sites of two road realignment projects in County Cork.

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