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Archaeology in Social Media | Academia.edu Chronicles 13
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Investigation of what the crannóg inhabitants made, used and discarded by Caitríona Moore | Drumclay Conference 2014

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  • The William Dunlop Archaeological Photographic Archive
    Director, 2011 - present
  • Irish Radiocarbon and Dendrochronological Dates
    Research Director, 2007 - present
  • Northern Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.
    Excavations Director, 2002 - 2011
  • Valerie J. Keeley Ltd.
    Excavations Director, 2000 - 2002
  • Irish Archaeological Consultancy
    Site Supervisor, 2011 - 2011
  • Archaeological Development Services
    Excavator, 1997 - 2000
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I grew up in Craughwell, Co. Galway, and received a BA (1991) and MA (1998) in archaeology from UCG/NUIG. Since 1997 I have been based in Belfast, in Northern Ireland. I am a former member of the Historic Monuments Council and The Joint Committee for Industrial Heritage. I keep a catalogue of Irish Radiocarbon Determinations and Dendrochronological Dates (IR&DD) and an associated Facebook page. I also run the William Dunlop Archaeological Photographic Archive and its associated Facebook page. I also provide archaeological consultancy services.
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Like millions of others around the world I watched the grim events of Friday 13th November unfold with a growing sense of horror. I've seen

Survey: Reporting of Archaeologcal Objects - Ireland
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Posting on behalf of Gary Dempsey. Please take a moment to respond to this survey on the reporting of archaeological objects in Ireland: I a

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In the aftermath of the hurried release of Prof Cooney’s Review of the context of the excavation of a crannog in Drumclay townland Co. Ferma

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&lt; Back to main article Edited transcript of meeting between Robert M Chapple (RMC) and Rodney Moffett, Associate Director Amey NI (RM), acco

Standing next to me in this lonely crowd | Conversation with Rodney Moff...
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Introduction On June 25 2015 Mark H. Durkan, Minister at the Department of the Environment, published Prof Gabriel Cooney’s Review of the co

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Another look at what's good and cool on Academia.edu for Irish archaeology and related stuff that grabbed my interest. It's good work and it

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Poulnabrone Dolmen Co Clare
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&lt; 3D Photos During the ‘summer’ of 2015 my family and I went off to south Galway to visit the assembled relations. While we were there we or

Drumclay Crannog &amp; Top Men: A non-reply from Minister Mark H Durkan
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As regular readers for this blog will be aware, I’ve a bit of an interest in the situation surrounding the Drumclay Crannog fiasco. After mu

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I'm going to try to do something perhaps unwise, perhaps impossible; I'm going to try to write something serious about David Cameron and “pi

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European Heritage Open Days 2014 | Belfast | Part VI: First Presbyterian...
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Get yourself a pair of 3D glasses and enjoy these anaglyphs of this wonderful church. Click for larger images. A catalogue of similar images

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Once again, I present a selection of my experiments in the world of 3D anaglyphs. I hope you like them! Click for larger images. A catalogue

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On the Sunday morning, perusing the EHOD brochure, I realised that there was little on offer in east Belfast that I’ve not already seen, so