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The purpose of the archaeologicalservices project was to conduct archaeological site investigations within the lands madeavailable, to assess the nature and extent of any potential new sites uncovered and topreserve by record those sites of agreed archaeological significance, as approved by the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government in consultation with the National Museum of Ireland.

Phase 1 of the project (archaeological testing of the route) was carried out in October2005 under licence 05E1150 issued by Department of the Environment Heritage and Lo-cal Government (Do EHLG).

List of Figures Figure 1: The route of the N8 Fermoy to Mitchelstown Bypass overlain on the Ordnance Survey Discovery Series map� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2 Figure 2: The route of the N8 Fermoy to Mitchelstown Bypass overlain on the first edition Ordnance Survey map CO010, 011, 019, 020, 027 and 028� ��������������������������������������������������������� 5 Figure 3: The route of the N8 Fermoy to Mitchelstown Bypass overlain on the RMP map CO010, 011, 019, 020, 027 and 028� The map is based on the second edition Ord-nance Survey maps� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Figure 4: Post-excavation plan of Ballynacarriga 1 E2411� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������10 List of Plates Plate 1: Flint flake (E24:1) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12ii 7.2km northof Fermoy, and continues northwards across the River Funshion, and to the west of the Glencorra Stream, a tributary of the Funshion, for 4 km.At Caherdrinny, it crosses overthe western extremities of the Kilworth Mountains.Ballynacarriga 1 -E2411 The excavation of the site at Ballynacarriga 1 revealed a dry water course.The stream mayhave been diverted during construction works associated with the nearby Ballynacarriaga House.i SSUE 10: Eachtra Jo Urnal - i SSn 2009-2237 archa Eological Excavation r Eport N Derry Donegal Antrim Tyrone Leitrim Fermanagh Armagh Down Sligo Cavan Garryleagh 1Carrigane 1Louth Mayo Roscommon Longford E2433 E2434 Meath Westmeath Dublin Gal ayw Offaly Kildare Clare Laois Wicklow Kildrum 1Carlow E3971 Tippeary r Kilkenny Limerick Wexford Kilshanny 3 Kerry N8Waterford E2432Cork Kilshanny 2E2431 Ballynamona 2 Kilshanny 1 E2429 E2430Ballynamona 1Glenatluckly 1E2428E2427 Gortnahown 2 E2426Gortnahown 1 Gortnahown 3E2423E2477Gortnahown 4E3832Caherdrinny 3E2422Caherdrinny 2E2421 Caherdrinny 1 E2420Ballinrush 1E2419 Ballinglanna North 5 E2418Ballinglanna North 4E2417 Ballinglanna North 3 E2416Ballinglanna North 6E3972Ballinglanna North 2E2415Ballinglanna North 1E2414Ballynacarriga 3E2412 Ballynacarriga 2 E2413 Balliynacarriga 11Ballynacarriga Key E2411E2411Post Medieval Gortore 1BEarly Medieval E2410Gortore 2Prehistoric Site E3973Prehistoric Settlement Site Burnt Mound Non-archaeological0km2km Townland Boundaries Figure 1: The route of the N8 Fermoy to Mitchelstown Bypass overlain on the Ordnance Survey Discovery Series map� 2 11.Ballynacarriga 1 -E2411 Ballynamona, Kilshanny, Corracunna, Kildrum, Garryleagh, and Carrigane.From there it descends north-east-wards onto the broad plain that extends east and north-eastwards from Mitchelstown.Itcrosses the existing N8 at Gortnahown and passes to the east of Mitchelstown, crossingthe R665 Mitchelstown-Ballyporeen road and links up with the N8 Cashel Mitchelstown Road at Carrigane south of Kilbeheny and 2 km west of where the borders of the Cork, Limerick and Tipperary counties meet.3 Receiving environment The topography of East Cork and Waterford consists of east/west valleys separated by in-tervening ridges.The ridges consist of sandstones and mudstones of the Devonian Period(Old Red Sandstone) laid down 355-410 million years ago and the valleys of Carbonifer-ous limestones laid down 290-355 million years ago.The sediments covering many ofthe rocks are mainly of glacial origin deposited by glacial ice or meltwater (Sleeman and Mc Connell 1995, 1).

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