Ireland’s oldest stone castle
Tadhg O’Keeffe and Paul MacCotter identify the remains of a pre-Norman stone castle in Limerick.
Shopping—and a Sheela!
Brian McCabe shares the recent discovery of a Sheela- na-gig in Kildare.
The Carrowmore conundrum
Marion Dowd and James Bonsall report on the excavation of an interesting monument at Carrowmore passage tomb cemetery in Sligo.
Know your monuments: Lone standing stones
In this contribution to the Know Your Monuments series, Muiris O’Sullivan and Liam Downey review what is known about prehistoric standing stones in Ireland.
Securing against the unfaithful steward
Martin Breen and Ristéard Ua Cróinínreveal evidence for a ‘secondary’ or ‘subsidiary’ locking device at Cratloekeel Castle, Co. Clare.
Archaeology in Ireland’s journals, 2019
Conleth Manning provides an overview of archaeological content in last year’s regional and national journals.
Mind the gap?
James Redmond takes a closer look at a hilltop enclosure in south County Carlow.
Shot, shell and scars
Damian Shiels looks at the archaeological evidence for siege encounters in seventeenth- century Ireland.
Towards a Monuments Men unit?
Patrizia La Piscopia welcomes the training of the Irish Defence Forces in the protection of archaeological and cultural property.
Home is where the heart(h) is …?
Karen Dempsey explores medieval houses in Ireland, 1100–1600.
Quote … unquote
A note from Hy Brasil
|Author||Sharon Greene (ed.)|
|Publication Data||December 2019|
Archaeology Ireland Spring 2020
- ISBN: 0790-892x
- Author(s): Sharon Greene (ed.)
- Availability: In Stock
Tags: Archaeology Ireland