Archaeology

Archaeology

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  • Lambe, Aoibheann (University College Cork, 2021-01-08)
    An outcrop in boggy upland pasture inscribed with megalithic-era petroglyphs has been the subject of a close and sustained study at a scale unprecedented in Irish and British rock art research. Taking a ‘micro to macro’ ...
  • Bracken, Patrick James (University College Cork, 2020-12-02)
    The majority of archaeological research undertaken on the Viking Age in Ireland concerns Dublin and the south-east. We have, therefore, constructed an image of Scandinavian settlement in Ireland that centres on Dublin and ...
  • O'Shaughnessy, Gerard (University College Cork, 2021-01-01)
    This project investigates the complex processes of cultural change visible in the burial record of the Irish Late Iron Age. To understand the mechanism of change this project will focus on the identity of those buried, ...
  • Costello, Eugene (Taylor & Francis Group, 2021-02-16)
    The study of how medieval farmers colonised upland environments, and lived there on a year-round basis, can provide valuable insights on the long-term adaptability and resilience of rural communities. Yet there is a lack ...
  • Murray, Griffin (Royal Irish Academy, 2021-02)
    The Clonmacnoise crosier, one of finest examples of early medieval metalwork from Ireland, is described, and its history and provenance are thoroughly investigated for the first time. It is argued that the workshop that ...

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