Utility workers discovered the lower leg bones of an adult in Rossan Bog. â€œThe exact date of the remains is not known at this time but we will be conducting research in the coming months,â€ archaeologist Maeve Sikora of the National Museum of Ireland told The Irish Examiner. Two years ago, the remains of another adult, dubbed Moydrum Man, were found nearby. Those remains dated to between 700 and 400 B.C. â€œEvery new find helps to bring us closer to understanding the lives and belief systems of our ancestors,â€ said Raghnall Ã“ Floinn, director of the National Museum of Ireland.
Irish Archaeology article