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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London, Co. Down
3 part post with superb pictures of the O'Cahan Tomb by Ed Feeny & some 3D (anaglyphs) by me
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Call it Londonderry and your house gets burnt
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London, Co. Down
3 part post with superb pictures of the O'Cahan Tomb by Ed Feeny & some 3D (anaglyphs) by me
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London, Co. Down
3 part post with superb pictures of the O'Cahan Tomb by Ed Feeny & some 3D (anaglyphs) by me
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London | O’Cahan Tomb
< Back to main post | 3D images > As I mention in the main post, these rather
excellent photos of the O’Cahan tomb (and other items within the chancel area) were
taken by Ed Feeney and used with permission. < Back to main post | 3D images >
< Back to main post | 3D images > As I mention in the main post, these rather excellent photos of the O’Cahan tomb (and other items within the chancel area) were taken by Ed Feeney and used with permission. ...
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Corners of foreign fields: Visualising the human cost of the Great War (1914-1918)
For this project, I wanted to see
how I could use the mapping functionality within Tableau to visualise the battle
sites and casualties of World War I. As my primary data source, I’ve used the
Wikipedia article List
of military engagements of World War I , ...
For this project, I wanted to see how I could use the mapping functionality within Tableau to visualise the battle sites and casualties of World War I. As my primary data source, I’ve used the Wikipedia article List of milita...
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#History forgot them, but the #archaeology tells their story. Help us tell the archaeological history of the American Civil War and give a voice to the fallen. Up From the Fields is a documentary for Public Television that tells the stories of the people whose lives were impacted by the American Civil War. Click the link and give to our Indiegogo campaign. Share this post and help us tell amazing stories from America's past. 
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London, Co. Down
3 part post with superb pictures of the O'Cahan Tomb by Ed Feeny & some 3D (anaglyphs) by me
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London, Co. Down
3 part post with superb pictures of the O'Cahan Tomb by Ed Feeny & some 3D (anaglyphs) by me
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London, Co. Down
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Dungiven Priory, Co Derry±London | 3D images
< Back to main post | O’Cahan Tomb > Once again, I’ve been out combining my love of
archaeology with 3D (anaglyph) photography – and these are the, somewhat
variable, experimental results. Information on glasses and other 3D images in
this blog may be found...
< Back to main post | O’Cahan Tomb > Once again, I’ve been out combining my love of archaeology with 3D (anaglyph) photography – and these are the, somewhat variable, experimental results. Information on glasses and other ...
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This VR Tour of Newgrange is Awesome!
I was supposed to be getting work done today! I had intended to pick the boys up from school, help with their homework, do a bit of
housework, flit about on Facebook and Twitter … maybe even read a bit of an
archaeology book … nothing too crazy. Instead I’v...
I was supposed to be getting work done today! I had intended to pick the boys up from school, help with their homework, do a bit of housework, flit about on Facebook and Twitter … maybe even read a bit of an archaeology book ...
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Yes, totally awesome, +Robert M Chapple !
Studied all the 'recycled' carved rocks within the passages and rooms.
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Archaeologist
Employment
  • 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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Introduction
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.
Bragging rights
Originator of the 'tweed jacket over fleece hoodie' look
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