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  • O'Brien, William; Hogan, Nick; O'Driscoll, James (Thomond Archaeological and Historical Society, 2016)
    Ballylin hillfort near Ardagh is the largest prehistoric monument in Co. Limerick. This paper presents the results of an archaeological investigation conducted there in 2012 by a research team from University College Cork. ...
  • O'Driscoll, James; Hawkes, Alan; O'Brien, William (Archaeopress, 2019-07)
    Hillforts represent the largest and arguably most impressive archaeological monuments in the Irish landscape. While the study of hillforts progressed rapidly in Britain during the twentieth century, it was not until the ...
  • 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, ...
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