One of Europe’s best preserved medieval fishing structures located on the Fergus Estuary in County Clare, will be washed away by tidal flows before archaeologists can reveal its secrets.
Featuring Offaly High Crosses, Rahan Monastic site, Graveslabs, Shinrone Glasshouse and Ardara Bridge.
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency has an ongoing excavation at the 5-6,000 year old Tirnony Portal Tomb near Maghera.
Click on the linb below to visit the Northern Ireland Environment Agency archaeology blog for further...
The Irish National Strategic Archaeological Research (INSTAR) Programme 2011 is now open for applications.
This audio tour brings you to pagan sanctuaries, along ancient roads, and to a holy well, following in the footsteps of high kings and heroes.
Audio guides to Ireland's hidden heritage at www.ingeniousireland.ie
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The INSTAR web archive is a new database which hosts all research created under the INSTAR Programme since its establishment in 2008. The creation of the database is a step forward in implementing one of INSTAR’s key aims to...
Day-by-day account of the activities of the Rossnaree Archaeological Project 2010.
Since beginning in 2008, the INSTAR Grant Programme continues to successfully fund collaborative archaeological research projects under seven diverse thematic areas, such as cultural identity, territories and boundaries &...
Glenamaddy Community Development Company in partnership with Galway County Council and Galway Rural Development.