Tag: environmential archaeology

Scott enjoys a little monolith sampling at Killoteran watermill, Co. Waterford.

A Growing Field – Environmental Archaeology

Environmental archaeology provides a landscape context for the archaeological activities on sites. This may be reconstructing how whole regions looked in the past — what today is open grassland may once have been covered by a forest, or the sea; or unravelling the activities of the people who lived there in past centuries, what they […]