Riches of Clare Exhibition - Earth collect, preserve, interpret and display the material culture relating to the history of County Clare, both in the museum building and online,
as an educational resource and a socially inclusive cultural service for the people of Clare and visiting tourists.

Pottery Sherd

This broken piece of beaker pottery dates from the Early Bronze Age (c 2,000 BC) and was found in a cist grave at Poulawack. This grave was used for almost 2,000 years from the Middle Neolithic to the Early Bronze Age, and contained the remains of 16 men, women and children. Most of the burials were placed within stone cists (boxes) and some were cremated.

Ref: E25:04

Photograph appears courtesy of the National Museum of Ireland

Bronze Age (c. 2500 BC - 300 BC)

Pottery Sherd E25:04
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