• Journal of Irish Archaeology 2021 Vol. XXX

The most recent issue of the JIA is Vol. XXX (for 2021) edited by Dr Dirk Brandherm, Department of Queen's University Belfast. This volume contains the following articles:

Marion Dowd, James Bonsall and Cian Hogan
Excavation of a Neolithic monument at the heart of the Carrowmore passage tomb complex, Co. Sligo

Alan Hawkes
The excavation of two prehistoric ring-ditches and associated burials at Kilbrew, Co. Meath

Ros Ó Maoldúin, Noel McCarthy and Stefan Bergh
The date and context of the circular structures on Turlough Hill, Co. Clare

Brian G. Scott
Notes on a group of Later Bronze Age artefacts of Irish provenance  

Raghnall Ó Floinn
Recovering lost histories: some Irish Iron Age objects reprovenanced

Maeve Tobin and Jennie Coughlan
A tale of two cemeteries: disparities and parallels in early medieval funerary customs

Fergal Nevin  

Application of the Eidt phosphate spot test to geophysical features at Raystown early medieval settlement complex, Co. Meath

Christiaan Corlett
An archaeological survey of Aghowle church, Co. Wicklow

Rebecca Boyd and David Stone
Where next for Ireland’s Viking towns? Reconsidering environmental archaeology and Viking Age urban deposits

Brian G. Scott—Notice of a third phalera from Inis Cealtra, Lough Derg, Co. Clare 
Griffin Murray and Muireann Ní Cheallacháin—A Viking decorated weight from Craddockstown North, Naas, Co. Kildare        
Ellen OCarroll—Landscape dynamics surrounding An Bhánóg Theas, Lispole, Co. Kerry 


Author Dirk Brandherm (Ed)
Publication Data November 2021
Subjects Archaeology

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Journal of Irish Archaeology 2021 Vol. XXX

  • ISBN: 978-1-913934-65-
  • Author(s): Dirk Brandherm (Ed)
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