Rekindling the solstice at Newgrange
Ken Williams investigates the famous roof-box above the entrance to Newgrange.
Forgotten ships and hidden scripts
Connie Kelleher, Karl Brady and Chris O’Neill reveal the secrets of Daniel O’Connell’s Summer House.
Siege and slaughter
In the first of a series of articles on siege archaeology, Damian Shiels considers the evidence of human remains from seventeenth-century siege locations in Ireland.
There is more to a hole than meets the eye
A.L. Brindley appeals to archaeologists to look carefully into pottery perforations.
Flashing lights in the graveyard
Harold Mytum, J.R. Peterson and Eve Campbell describe the use of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) to understand pre-Famine memorials in County Mayo and encourage its wider use.
Living it up in Lanestown
Mick Mongey introduces a little-known tower-house in north County Dublin.
Mary Cahill uncovers documentary evidence relating to a hoard of Bronze Age gold from County Kildare.
John Lucey profiles the pioneering women who led archaeological excavations in Ireland.
Eamonn McEneaney tells us about the Waterford Treasures Museum and describes an item from its collections.
Early medieval cereal cultivation and processing
In this contribution to the Know Your Monuments series, Muiris O’Sullivan and Liam Downey review the cultivation, kiln-drying and milling of cereals in early medieval Ireland.
Conleth Manning proposes a possible magico-religious explanation for some bog butter.
A case for baskets
Jonathan Fyffe describes a the use of a wicker furnace in a recent prehistoric bronze-working experiment.
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|Publication Data||December 2019|
Archaeology Ireland Winter 2019
- ISBN: 0790-892x
- Author(s): Sharon Greene (ed.)
- Availability: In Stock
Tags: Archaeology Ireland