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Ancient Europeans remained intolerant to lactose for 5,000 years after they adopted agriculture (22/10/2014)

Professor Ron Pinhasi, UCD School of Archaeology and UCD Earth Institute, has published a paper, with an international team of scientists, that describes a new process that enables scientists to systematically analyse ancient DNA from a series of skeletons from the same region and check for known genetic markers including lactose intolerance.


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.