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Life and death in Iron Age Ireland: in the light of recent archaeological excavations.

Research papers in Irish archaeology, no. 4

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Archaeology Ireland Magazine

Archaeology Ireland Summer 2014 issue

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Archaeology Ireland is a quarterly magazine which has been in production since 1987. The magazine is aimed at both professional and non-professional readers.

Archaeology Ireland has become, over the years, a widely read and well-respected magazine which is frequently quoted in the national papers both in Ireland and the U.K.

—The readership is drawn from the professions, archaeologists, architects, planners, teachers, as well as large sections of the general public. Many of our subscribers are already members of local history societies.

—Most county libraries and county councils in the Republic subscribe to Archaeology Ireland. There are a substantial number of subscribers overseas, drawing readers from the U.K., Europe, U.S.A., Australia and Japan.

Subscribers only receive a free Heritage Guide. This issue contains a guide to:

Kilkenny, highlights of a medieval city

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Archaeology Ireland Spring 2011

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Summer Issue Out Now

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Contents

  • Soapbox—Ireland’s first metal-detecting rally
  • From the bottom up? Grassroots, tree roots and community in the ‘Town of the Dark Stranger’
  • Archaeological controversy in Kilkenny redux
  • The mystery of the mummy from Marsh’s Library
  • Some cursus monuments in south Leinster
  • Know your monuments— Ogham stones
  • More evidence for Bronze Age body-piercing
  • Recovering revolutionary Ireland
  • Gilgamesh, Kells and Heysham
  • Seachtain i nDaingean an Umha Aois   (a week in Bronze Age Dingle): a personal perspective



 

 

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