Welcome to the blog of the Ulster-Scots Archaeological Project. This project relates to Ulster-Scots history, heritage and culture and understanding the impact that the Plantation had on the landscape, peoples, architecture and the historical legacies for the 21st-century’s communities in Northern Ireland. Follow our blog for updates on our excavation results and visitors to the site from the local community and schools!
Thursday, 13 June 2013
Despite a few very heavy downpours our third school visit
went off well although everyone did get rather wet!
School visit in the rain!
We also discovered the lower part of a broken quernstone in
the topsoil just to the south of the castle!
Quern stone fragment
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