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16-05-2013, 12:25   #31
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Don't know if this is here or not. This link is for Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary only, but the rest of the country is also available, as are plans of each site.

http://www.archaeology.ie/media/arch...204%20Text.pdf
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17-08-2013, 13:46   #32
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A great little introduction to the common monument types.
Thanks to robp.
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File Type: pdf Irish Field Monuments.pdf (4.04 MB, 48 views)
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Nice One, Slowburner!!
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Some wonderful photos to be seen in this link-
http://irisharchaeology.ie/2013/07/t...ogy-in-photos/
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Interesting Geophysical Survey database, with free to download reports - from the NRA.

http://www.field2archive.org/nra/
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28-12-2013, 10:43   #36
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Irish National Folklore collection - pilot project.
http://www.duchas.ie/en
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Downloadable and free datasheets on the archaeology of metallurgy.
http://hist-met.org/resources/datasheets.html
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30-03-2015, 10:51   #38
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Excellent resource and previously difficult to access. The Cambridge photo collection (CUCAP).
Ignore the mapping - it doesn't work.
http://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/cucap/
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Thanks for sharing. Lots of interesting information. The Cambridge photo collection (CUCAP) - super interesting.
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Original and intriguing material from Simon Dowling.
http://aerialarchaeology.blogspot.ie/
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Original and intriguing material from Simon Dowling.
http://aerialarchaeology.blogspot.ie/
Some fantastic images there Simon!
The image of the Rath of the Synods is quite interesting, and clearly shows some of the damage done to the monument by an ill-informed group of Israelites who believed the Ark of the Covenant was buried within. Needless to say, they didn't find it!
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Great resource here; with free access to PDFs and some very useful publications on areas like environmental archaeology, and general guidelines on archaeological projects.

https://www.historicengland.org.uk/i...s/publications
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Archaeology.ie is it working for everybody else? also great work lads and thank you.
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Geohive has updated its imagery to include 'Aerial Premium'. It's not on a par with the latest (though patchy) Google Earth imagery from the incredibly dry summer of 2018 but well worth a look.
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