Irish Internet Radio and TV from Dublin, Ireland.
Historians and forensic scientists are very excited by the find. The site dates back to 1691 when French and Irish forces fought Cromwellian troops. It is believed that some of the remains may have noble and significant historical importance akin to the Richard the 3rd find at Leicestershire in England.
Galway City Council has already informed the National Museum, the National Monument Service and the Gardaí of the discovery, a survey of the site will take place today.
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