Lost town of Dunluce 'archaelogists' dream'
The discovery of the lost town of Dunluce has been hailed as an "archaeologist's dream".
Next to Dunluce Castle in County Antrim, the town was razed to the ground in the 1641 Irish rebellion.
Archaeologists have said that because it was abandoned, jewellery, pottery, stone and wooden homes and even a road are still very well preserved.
The town is believed to have first emerged in the Ulster Plantation around the early 1600s....
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