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Hundreds of archaeological sites dating from the Stone Age to the 19th century, has been excavated in the North of Ireland

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Hundreds of important archaeological finds have been found at sites in Northern Ireland over the past four years.

The Department of Communities to have a book with the title ” Unearthed the details of a wide range of archaeological remains dating from the Stone Age all the way through the 19th century.

Senior archaeologist, Andrew Gault laid down the importance of the rough guide to the BBC News.

“It is in the process of this project that is going on all the time, in the North of Ireland, and, in the background, that is, people may not be aware of it,” he said. “The work here is the unexpected and previously unknown in archaeology, which is caused when the top layer of the soil is to be removed.”

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The wood circles are believed to have been the site of elaborate rituals.
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Some of the discoveries made include:

The Glenshane ritual site, which scholars date to around 2500 B. c, The site consists of a wooden circle — large, wood-piles, with an outer walled courtyard which was probably the site of the elaborate rituals, is viewed by many. Also, in the vicinity of an isolated cremation burial dating to the Middle Stone age.

In the heart of city center, in the tanning pits, which date back to the 18th century, have been discovered.

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It has been used for working animal hides and skins in the manufacture of leather, used for commercial purposes.

“There is also the possibility of a whole series of archaeological sites through the entire range of human occupation back as far as 10,000 years ago, when humans first came here,” Gault said.

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