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UCD School of Archaeology undergraduate training excavations at Glendalough, Co. Wicklow 18 - 29th August 2014 (18/08/2014)

This year our focus is on the immediate surrounds of the main monastic complex investigating anomalies identified in our geophysical survey including a potential early enclosure ditch.


New Publication: Early Medieval Agriculture, Livestock and Cereal Production in Ireland, AD 400-1100 (15/07/2014)

Congratulations to Finbar McCormick, Thomas Kerr, Meriel McClatchie and Aidan O'Sullivan on the publication of their new volume: Early Medieval Agriculture, Livestock and Cereal Production in Ireland, AD 400-1100


New publication: Settlement in the Irish Neolithic (07/07/2014)

Congratulations to Dr Jessica Smyth on the publication of her new book Settlement in the Irish Neolithic.


In the press: "Tlachtga site to reveal its secrets Archeologists will defy ancient curse to study Meath ring fort" The Sunday Times (25/03/2014)

UCD Archaeologist Dr Stephen Davis and colleagues to 'reveal the secrets' of the Celtic ritual site, Tlachtga (Hill of Ward), Co. Meath, the place associated with the origins of Hallowe'en.


New Publication: From Christchurch Place to Fishamble Street: Developments in archaeoentomology in Dublin, Ireland, since 1981 (24/02/2014)

Congratulations to Dr Eileen Reilly, IRC Post-doctoral fellow in UCD School of Archaeology, for her publication entitled: From Christchurch Place to Fishamble Street: Developments in archaeoentomology in Dublin, Ireland, since 1981 available online in "Quaternary International" from the 18 February 2014 ...