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Chapter 2

Ancient Ireland

Hunter-gathers early Irish settlers that did not know the skills of farming and survived by hunting animals and gathering berries and nuts
Midden a heap of kitchen waste found at ancient sites
Quern a stone that was used to grind grain
Wattle and daub interwoven sticks that are plastered with mud and straw
Post-holes holes in the ground where upright posts for houses once stood
Megalithic tomb a large burial tomb made from stones
Dolmens an ancient burial site consisting of three standing stones with a large capstone placed on top
Court cairn a burial chamber with a long passageway. New grange is a good example of such a grave.
Lunula a gold necklace from the Bronze Age.
Fulacht fiadh a water-filled trough used for cooking during the Bronze Age.
Created by: MsHCahillAbbeyCC