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A series of illustrations commissioned by the NRA of scenes re-imagined from archaeological evidence found during roadworks schemes
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A series of illustrations commissioned by the NRA (National Roads Authority) in late 2013 of various re-imaginings of archaeological evidence found during roadworks schemes
A Hiberno Norse man found in a grave in Woodstown, Co. Waterford. It is the only grave found in Ireland with all 4 weapons; shield, sword, spear and axe and I believe the first illustration of a Hiberno Norseman based on archaeological evidence.
A Mesolithic scene based on archaeological evidence found in Clowanstown, Co. Meath. Several late Mesolithic fish traps and a walkway were uncovered during excavations.
A Late Bronze Age scene based on archaeological evidence found in Edercloon, Co. Longford. What was found during excavation was a series of roads leading into the bog but they weren't used for crossing, and depositions were placed every few metres.