See also: Wayside Crosses and Nevinstown Excavations

Archaeological Inventory of County Meath, compiled by Michael J. Moore, (Dublin 1987),

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287 - NEVINSTOWN - OS 25:5:6 (21.0, 32.2) Not marked OD 100-200 N 8504, 6875
Pit Burial - Urn and Food Vessel with cremated remains of at least two individuals recovered in excvation by M. Cahill in 1977. Within the area of early Christian occupation site (392). (NMI file)  SMR 25:43

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392 - NEVINSTOWN - OS  25:5:6 (21.0, 32.2) Not marked OD 100-200 N 8504, 6875
Early Christian Occupation Site - Three ditches surrounded small subrectangular area which contained paved area. Excavated by M. Cahill in 1977 and dated to late first millennium or early second millennium AD. Pit burial (287) within site.   SMR 25:43

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441 - NEVINSTOWN - OS 25:5:6 (23.6, 32.7) Not marked. OD 200-300 N 7228, 7563
Souterrain - Three sections of passage connected by creeps, the central portion forming hairpin bend.  One end of passage terminates in beehive chamber. The other end is blocked and may lead to similar chamber. Original entrance may be located at bend. Situated in ringfort (791). (RMAHS 1975, 54)   SMR 16:23b

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1547 - NEVINSTOWN - OS 25:5:6 (22.5, 34.6) 'Cross' OD 100-200 N 8518, 6900
Cross - Shaft of cross dating to late sixteenth century now on display in Meath County Library, Navan (PRIA 1984, 110). Original base of cross in Cill
ín (1600) nearby excavated  by M. Cahill in 1977.   SMR 25:14  (Note: Cross shaft is housed in the Library in Navan but is not in display in 2015)

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1600 - NEVINSTOWN - OS 25:5:6 (22.5, 34.6) Not marked OD 100-200 N 8518, 6900
Cillín - Remains of eight infants recovered in excavation of base of cross (1547) by M. Cahill in 1977.  Cillín was unenclosed.   SMR 25:13