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Limited StockDarkest Dublin is a pictorial account of Dublin’s slums in 1913 as documented by John C..
The long awaited results of the early Neolithic to late Bronze Age site in Northern?Ireland
Relatively little has been published about the history of museology on the island of Ireland or abou..
The National Museum of Ireland is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication (in April 2011) of..
Henry O’Neill is best known as an artist, archaeologist, publisher and polemicist as seen through hi..
The volume aims to reshape the study of Gothic architecture in Ireland, examining the way it was p..
Dr George Thomson is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Cumbria with a research backgr..
This large map of Sligo by the prolific surveyor and roads engineer William Larkin, and compiled for..
As an island nation, Irish people are used to looking out to sea, following the ever-changing weathe..
The economic growth experienced by Ireland in the past twenty years has seen a related growth in our..
Past Times, Changing Fortunes
Proceedings of a public seminar on archaeological discoveries on nati..
Places along the way presents substantial accounts of and reflections on eight of the most significa..
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Limerick is steeped in hist..
This publication has evolved from a one-day seminar organised by the editors under the joint auspice..
In the years after his death, the Yeats family donated a large and invaluable collection of W.B. Yea..
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