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Where worlds meet. Two Irish prehistoric mountain-top ‘villages’
(Università di Macerata, 2015)
Mountains and high ground are often venerated as special places. It is their enigmatic quality as high places, their prominence and permanence in both the mental and physical landscapes that draws us to them. In the ...
A reassembly of the monumental fragments in Dowth townland and their significance as an integral part of the prehistoric numinous precince of Brú na Bóinne, Co. Meath.
(Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland, 2015)
This article explores the early prehistory of Dowth townland and advances a reinterpretation of its surviving archaeological fragments against the contextual backdrop of Newgrange, Knowth and the greater Brú na Bóinne ...
Future-proofing heritage in Ireland: community, education and stewardship
(Heritage Council, 2015)
[No abstract available]
Assembly Places and Elite Collective Identities in Medieval Ireland
This paper investigates relationships between assembly places and expressions of collective identities among Gaelic elites during the period from the 9th to the 16th century in Ireland.