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Irish name for the small hut or house constructed in upland areas as temporary accommodation during the booleying season (May to September) when families took livestock to graze mountain pastures, a practice known as transhumance. Once built, booley houses would be repaired each season and often lasted many generations. See also sheiling.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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