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UCD School of Archaeology is hosting an Archaeology Summer School as part of the UCD Summer School for students entering 6th year ()

As part of the UCD Summer School for students entering 6th year UCD School of Archaeology is hosting an Archaeology Summer School on Thursday 4th of June. The programme will include an introduction to Archaeology; a sample lecture; a visit to our Centre for Experimental Archaeology as well as discussions of Archaeology as a subject and as a profession, transferable skills and an open forum discussion with a range of archaeologists ...


Prehistoric Society’s 2015 Europa conference 29th - 31st May, hosted by UCD School of Archaeology (21/04/2015)

The School of Archaeology, University College Dublin is delighted to host the Prehistoric Society’s 2015 Europa conference in May (29-31) which will celebrate the achievements of Professor Friederich Lüth, German Archaeological Institute, in the field of European prehistory. The theme chosen for the conference by the 2015 Europa Prize winner is The Origins of Monumentality.


Irish Times: UCD archaeologists seek to recreate the world of our ancestors (11/04/2015)

Article in the Irish Times discusses UCD Centre for Experimental Archaeology


1,500-year-old skeletal remains of child discovered by archaeologists at ancient Irish site (04/03/2015)

During the Summer of 2014, a team of Irish archaeologists led by Dr Steve Davis from the UCD School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, excavated Tlachtga, an ancient ritual site about 12 miles from the Hill of Tara, Co. Meath, Ireland.


UCD Archaeologists show that hunter-gatherers had better teeth than the earliest farmers (04/02/2015)

Professor Ron Pinhasi from UCD School of Archaeology and the UCD Earth Institute, working with colleagues from State University of New York, Buffalo and Israel Antiquity Authority have published a paper in PLOS ONE. Photo. Olivia Cheronet.