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Old Irish ‘Clachan’ Found in South Australia

The oldest known Australian example of a communal type of Irish settlement has been ‘unearthed’ in a dusty paddock in rural South Australia. An extensive geophysical study of the Baker’s Flat Irish settlement site near Kapunda has found the first—and possibly largest—clachan in Australia, says Flinders archaeologist Susan Arthure whose Ph.D. investigations of Irish history […]
Source: geneanet

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