Before the car and the train there was the boat, nearly everything moved by river or by sea. Over the past 5,000 years the coastline of Co. Waterford has been a door into Ireland for pirates, for settlers and for tourists from much of Europe and North Africa. The county’s rich archaeological heritage
reflects the resources of the land and this mixture of people and ideas brought in on the tide. Dave Pollock, leading Waterford archeologist will be looking at some of the archaeological remains on the coastal strip, from the megalithic tombs of the earliest farmers to the coastal fort at Dunabrattin, to see what they tell us of our alien ancestors.
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