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SEMINAR: "Debating theories of Roman imperialism" by Dr Andrew Gardner, University College London (02/03/2014)

UCD School of Archaeology & Archaeological Society Research Seminar Series 2013/14 Thursday 10th April, 2014 at 5:30 pm, Room A109, Newman Building, UCD


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: Early Medieval Dwellings and Settlements in Ireland, AD 400–1100 (24/02/2014)

Congratulations to Dr Aidan O'Sullivan and his Early Medieval Archaeology Project (EMAP) colleagues for the publication of a significant synthesis of early medieval settlements in Ireland entitled: "Early Medieval Dwellings and Settlements in Ireland, AD 400–1100".


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 ...


New Publication: Rainforest foraging and farming in Island Southeast Asia: the archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak, Volume 1 (04/02/2014)

Congratulations to Dr Helen Lewis for her contributions to three chapters in a new publication on excavations at Niah Caves, Sarawak, Borneo. Helen is part of an international multi-disciplinary team of archaeologists and geographers exploring this important cave site that contains the longest sequence of human occupation in the region, from 50,000 years ago to the recent past.


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