Discovery of Stone Implements of Lower Palæolithic Age in Ireland

@article{BurchellDiscoveryOS,
  title={Discovery of Stone Implements of Lower Pal{\ae}olithic Age in Ireland},
  author={J. P. T. Burchell},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={120},
  pages={260-261}
}
FOR many years past, as is well known, the prevailing opinion among archæologists has been that no traces of palæolithic man have come to light in Ireland; and it has been generally believed that he never lived in that country. During recent visits to Rosses Point, Sligo, I had considerable opportunities of examining the coast sections and the beach material there exposed, and I have been so fortunate as to discover a series of implements, and flakes, in limestone which, by their provenance and… CONTINUE READING

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