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Archaeological excavations at Patrick, Nicholas & Winetavern streets, Dublin

Claire Walsh

Archaeological excavations at Patrick, Nicholas & Winetavern streets, Dublin

by Claire Walsh

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Published by Brandon Book Publishers in Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dublin (Ireland),
  • Ireland,
  • Dublin.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ireland -- Dublin.,
    • Dublin (Ireland) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 244-250).

      StatementClaire Walsh.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA995.D75 W19 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination250 p. :
      Number of Pages250
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL765978M
      ISBN 100863222277
      LC Control Number97163964

      This book focuses on one particularly exciting area of the Viking world, namely the north-west region of England, where they are known to have settled in large numbers. North-west England was the crossroads between Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man, and the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets, Dublin. Claire Walsh. Brandon. pp? pb Fully illustrated account of digs along the walls of medieval Dublin. 24 Apr. Augustinian Ireland: Bridgetown Priory and the archi tecture of the Augustinians in Ireland. Tadg O'Keeffe.

      Claire Walsh is an archaeologist who works in the private sector, predominantly in Dublin, for Archaeological Projects Ltd. She is also an author and has published books on archaeological excavations in Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin and on archaeological excavations of the Anglo-Norman waterfront at Strand Street. (). Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets, (). Archaeologie en Rhone-Alpes: Protohistoire et Monde GalloRomain, 10 Ans de Recherche. Musde de la Civilisation Gallo-Romaine de Lyon, Ville de Lyon. Ministere de la Culture. ().

      B. O’Riordain “Excavations at High Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin” Medieval Archaeology XV (), L. Simpson Excavations at Isolde’s Tower, Dublin (). L. Simpson Director’s Cut, Temple Bar West (). Viking Age Waterford C. Walsh Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets, Dublin ().   Read Now Byzantine Butrint: Excavations and Surveys (Butrint Archaeological Monographs).


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Archaeological excavations at Patrick, Nicholas & Winetavern streets, Dublin by Claire Walsh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walsh, Claire. Archaeological excavations at Patrick, Nicholas & Winetavern streets, Dublin. Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland. Archaeological Excavations at Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin Author: Claire Walsh Publisher: Brandon / Mount Eagle Publications Ltd ISBN At Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin A report of the first major archaological excavation to have taken place along the walls and defences of medieval Dublin.

all members MembersAuthor: Claire Walsh. Get this from a library. The port of medieval Dublin: archaeological excavations at the Civic Offices, Winetavern Street, Dublin, [Andrew Halpin; Aidan O'Sullivan]. ARCHAEOLOGY Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Street, Dublin.

Claire Walsh. Brandon. pb 30 x 21 cm ( on back cover is possi bly an error). The full-scale professional report of work done in when Dublin Corporation wanted to improve drains in this ancient central.

: Dublin book and Environment in Early Dublin: Medieval Dublin Excavations - 81 (Medieval Dublin Excavations, Series C, Vol. excavations of the Anglo-Norman waterfront at Strand Street Great, Dublin. The archaeological excavation at this site began on 1 February and finished on 15 May The work was funded by Pierse Contracting Ltd., who at the time were joint developers of the site.

The site is located off Ross Road, and is bounded to the north by a development site to the rear of St. Nicholas Church. published books on archaeological excavations in Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin and on archaeological excavations of the Anglo-Norman waterfront at Strand Street Great, Dublin.

Key words: Patrick Street, Winetavern Street, Nicholas Street; Excavation Licence No. E; Urban medieval. Excavation resulted from a major road widening scheme in Patrick St., Dublin. Bird, fish and marine invertebrates from site G Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets Exploitation of birds and fish in historic Ireland Jan Ó Ríordáin, A.B.

‘Excavations at High Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin’, Medieval Archaeol Ó Ríordáin, A.B. ‘Dublin City’, In T.G. Delaney (ed.) Excavations Association of Young Irish Archaeologists and Ulster Archaeological Society. An extraordinary wealth of archaeological remains was revealed in Dublin in an area south of the river Liffey during National Museum of Ireland excavations, most notably along Wood Quay, Fishamble Street, High Street, Christchurch Place and Winetavern Street (Fig.

The corporation has also sponsored publication of a book on the archaeological excavations in the mid s at Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street.

The consultant archaeologist. Archaeological excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern streets, Dublin () Politique de rénovation urbaine et exclusion des communautés locales préétablies () Promenades dans la Dublin de Joyce () St Catherine's Parish Dublin, (). Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets, Dublin.

Kerry: Brandon. HICKEY, E. () Clonard: the Story of an Early Irish Monastery She is also an author and has published books on archaeological excavations in Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin and on archaeological excavations of the Anglo-Norman waterfront at Strand Street Great, Dublin.

This collection relates to a number of excavations in the Chancery Lane and Golden Lane area in Dublin 8. Medieval Dublin V: proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium / Published: () Medieval Dublin VII: proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium / Published: () Archaeological excavations at Patrick, Nicholas & Winetavern streets, Dublin /.

Archaeology and Environment in Early Dublin (Medieval Dublin Excavations, Series C, Vol. 1.) by G.F. Mitchell (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both. She is also an author and has published books on archaeological excavations in Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin and on archaeological excavations of the Anglo-Norman.

Ó Donnabháin, ‘Monuments of Shame — Some Probable Trophy Heads from Medieval Dublin’, Archaeology Ireland, 9 () pp. 13–14; Google Scholar C. Power, ‘Human Remains’, in C. Walsh (ed.), Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets Dublin (Dublin, ), pp. Simpson Excavations at Isolde’s Tower, Dublin ().

Simpson Director’s Cut, Temple Bar West (). Viking Age Waterford C. Walsh Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Streets, Dublin ().

Clarke, Helen and Ambrosiani, Bjorn. Towns in the Viking Age. Leicester and London, Leicester University Press. 1 Introduction This is a preliminary report on the faunal remains recovered from Season 1 of the excavation of Bective Abbey, Co.

Meath, Licence No E carried out in July by Geraldine Stout and Matthew Stout. This is a multi-year project so that full analysis and interpretation of the recorded data has not been.Number 11 in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas series, Dublin, part I, to is the first in a series of four parts relating to Irish cities.

Its breadth of material is underpinned by a topographical information section that lists historical and archaeological details of over 1, sites and an essay tracing the development of the city to The rich body of maps collected here includes: a.Final Excavation Report Tram Street/Phoenix Street, Dublin 7 _____ 3 Margaret Gowen & Co.

Ltd. 2 Archaeological background The Sites and Monuments Record for Dublin includes several sites in this area, some of which have been discovered in recent excavations .