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When on Google Earth 80

February 18, 2010

We’ve posted a more detailed piece on Cahercommaun following it’s identification by Brian Dolan for your further reading..

As Declan solved When on Google Earth 79 (WhenonGE) at Matts WOGE, after some very significant clues, here’s WhenonGE 80…

When on Google Earth 80

When on Google Earth 80

So once again here are the rules:

Q: What is When on Google Earth? A: It’s a game for archaeologists, or anybody else willing to have a go!

Q: How do you play it? A: Simple, you try to identify the site in the picture.

Q: Who wins? A: The first person to correctly identify the site, including its major period of occupation, wins the game.

Q: What does the winner get? A: The winner gets bragging rights and the chance to host the next When on Google Earth on his/her own blog!

Be the first to correctly identify the site below and its major period of occupation in the comments below and you can host your own!

For a list of previous WhenonGE’s see the list on our blog post here and then you can follow the link in the comments to trace the sequence back to here… or join the Facebook group here….

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. February 19, 2010 8:48 am

    Is it Cahercommaun fort, Co. Clare? Dating to about A.D. 800 – A.D. 1000.

  2. February 19, 2010 9:43 am

    Morning Brian – You got it – over to you for WhenonGE 81… Just leave the link in a comment here..

    Declan

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