Archaeology - Doctoral Theses

Archaeology - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • O'Driscoll, James (University College Cork, 2016)
    Around 1400 BC, Bronze Age communities in many parts Ireland began to construct large enclosures, known as hillforts, on strategically positioned hilltops overlooking broad expanses of lowland. The enclosing elements acted ...
  • Collins, Tracy E. (University College Cork, 2016)
    This thesis considers the archaeological evidence for female monasticism in medieval Ireland, with a particular emphasis on the later medieval period. Female monasticism has been considered from an archaeological perspective ...
  • Beatty, Katherine E. (University College Cork, 2015)
    Thirteen unique archaeological countenances from Ireland were produced through the Manchester method of facial reconstruction. Their gaze prompts a space for a broad discourse regarding the face found within human and ...
  • Hawkes, Alan J. (University College Cork, 2014)
    It is apparent from the widespread distribution of burnt mounds that Ireland was the most prolific user of pyrolithic technology in Bronze Age Europe. Even though burnt mounds are the most common prehistoric site type in ...
  • Rondelez, Paul (University College Cork, 2014)
    The landscape of late medieval Ireland, like most places in Europe, was characterized by intensified agricultural exploitation, the growth and founding of towns and cities and the construction of large stone edifices, such ...

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