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Dredging the Amstel River, Amsterdam-The archaeological project of the North/South metro line

Urban histories can be told in a thousand ways. The archaeological research project of the North/South metro line lends the River Amstel a voice in the historical portrayal of...

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Forgotten wrecks of the First World War by the Maritime Archaeology Trust

Forgotten Wrecks of the First World War is a four year (2014-2018) project devised and delivered by the Maritime Archaeology Trust to coincide with the centenary of the Great War. At the...

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Six volumes of archaeological excavations at Knowth now freely available online!

To mark the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the world renowned Eastern Tomb at Knowth, the Royal Irish Academy has published  free online its 6 books on Excavations...

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Gallarus Oratory visit blog

We recently spent some time down in Dingle, Co. Kerry as part of an ongoing project. We took full advantage of our beautiful surroundings and went exploring whilst basking...

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Significant prehistoric hoard of gold bracelets unearthed in Co. Donegal, Ireland

An exciting new discovery has been unearthed in Co. Donegal consisting of a hoard of four gold bracelets by locals likely dating to the Bronze Age period, 2500-600BC in...

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The National Monuments Service launch the new Wreck Viewer

The Wreck Viewer is a fantastic new free-to-use digital service provided by the National Monuments Service of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. It has been developed...

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