Slievemore

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Slievemore
Sliabh Mór
Slievemore.jpg
Slievemore from Dugort
Elevation 671 m (2,201 ft)
Prominence 582 m (1,909 ft)
Parent peak Croaghaun
Listing Marilyn, Hewitt
Translation big mountain (Irish)
Pronunciation Irish: [ˈʃliːvmor][dubious ]
Location
Location Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Range Achill Island
OSI/OSNI grid F650086
Topo map OSi Discovery 30

Slievemore (Irish: Sliabh Mór) is the second highest peak on Achill Island after Croaghaun, in County Mayo, Ireland. Its elevation is 671 metres.

Archaeology[edit]

  • Achill Archaeological Field School is based at the Achill Archaeology Centre in Dooagh. It was founded in 1991 and is a training school for students of archaeology and anthropology. The school is involved in a study of the prehistoric and historic landscape at Slievemore, incorporating a research excavation at a number of sites within the Deserted Village of Slievemore. The Deserted Village Project started in 1991 with the research objective of completing a thorough archaeological survey of all sites and monuments (prehistoric and historic) that make up the diverse and significant archaeological landscape of Slievemore. Slievemore is rich in archaeological monuments that span a 5000 year period from the Neolithic until at least the 1850s.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Achill Archaeological Field School 2009". Achill Archaeological Field School. Retrieved 7 March 2009. 

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Coordinates: 54°00′33″N 10°03′36″W / 54.00905°N 10.05994°W / 54.00905; -10.05994