Ed Danaher

Books Written

Danaher, E. 2007 Monumental beginnings: The archaeology of the N4 Sligo Inner Relief Road. NRA Scheme Monograph 1. Dublin: The National Roads Authority

Books Edited

Stanley, M., Danaher, E. and Conran, S. (eds.) 2011. Past Times, Changing Fortunes: Archaeology and the National Roads Authority. Monograph Series No. 6.

Stanley, M., Danaher, E. and Eogan, J. (eds.) 2010. Creative Minds: production, manufacturing and invention in ancient Ireland: Archaeology and the National Roads Authority. Monograph Series No. 7.

Stanley, M., Danaher, E. and Eogan, J. (eds.) 2009. Dining and Dwelling: Archaeology and the National Roads Authority. Monograph Series No. 6.

Book Chapters

Danaher, E., Sheridan, A., Linnane, S. 2013 Counterfeits and heirlooms: the story of a stone bead necklace from Caltragh, Co. Sligo. In Martin A. Timoney (ed.) Dedicated to Sligo Thirty-four essays on Sligo’s Past. Publishing Sligo’s Past.

Danaher, E. 2012 An Iron Age Homestead at Ballinaspig More, Co. Cork. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds.), Settlement in Iron Age Ireland in the light of recent archaeological excavations. Wordwell, Bray.

Healy, F., Bayliss, A., Cooney, G., Whittle, A., Danaher, E., Cagney, L., Mallory, J., Smyth, J., Kador, T. and O’Sullivan, M. (2011) ‘Chapter 12: Ireland’ In: A. Whittle, F. Healy and A. Bayliss (eds). Gathering time: dating the early Neolithic enclosures of southern Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Danaher, E. 2011 An Early Medieval Settlement at Curraheen, Co. Cork. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds.), Settlement in early medieval Ireland in the light of recent archaeological excavations. Wordwell, Bray.

Danaher, E. 2013 various contributions associated with sites excavated along the route of the N22 Ballincollig Bypass, Co. Cork. In Hurley, M., Hanley, K. and Conran, S. (eds). Generations: the archaeology of five national road schemes in County Cork, Vols 1 & 2.

Danaher, E. 2009 An Early Neolithic house at Barnagore, Co. Cork. The Journal of Irish Archaeology Volume XVIII: 1-16.

Danaher, E. 2004 Symbolic enclosure: a tantalising Neolithic space in the north-west, Archaeology IrelandVol. 18, No. 4, 18-21.

Dr Richard Clutterbuck

Clutterbuck, Richard. 2016. Can You Show the Archaeology of Ireland in One Map?. Archaeology Ireland 30/4 (118 (Winter)): 36–37.

Shine, D, R. Clutterbuck, M. Seaver, J. Gaffrey, M. Stephens, S. Elder, B. Fagan & E. Lyne. Forthcoming. New archaeological sites for County Meath found during works on the Meath Bundled Wastewater Scheme. Ríocht na Midhe 2016.

Fallon, D. & Clutterbuck, R. 2014. ‘A post-medieval farmstead at Newcastle’. In J. Mckeon & J. O’Sullivan (eds) The Quiet Landscape: Archaeological Discoveries on the Route of the M6 Galway to Ballinasloe Motorway Scheme, Bray: Wordwell, 154–60.

Clutterbuck, R. 2012 ‘Iron age ritual and settlement at Cookstown, Co. Meath’, in Christiaan Corlett and Michael Potterton, M. (eds.), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland in Light of Recent Archaeological Excavations, Bray: Wordwell, 35-51.

Cattari, G. & Clutterbuck, R. 2010 ‘Free Open-source geographical information systems for Irish archaeology’, Archaeology Ireland 25:1, 21-25.

Clutterbuck, R. 2009 ‘Cookstown, Co. Meath: a medieval rural settlement’ in Christiaan Corlett and Michael Potterton, M. (eds.), Medieval Rural Settlement in Ireland in Light of Recent Excavations, Bray: Wordwell, 27-47.

Nolan, W., Hackett, J. & Clutterbuck, R. 2008. Slieveardagh Heritage Calendar 2009, published by Geography Publications (Heritage calendar highlighting Slieveardagh’s church architecture).

Nolan, W., Hackett, J. & Clutterbuck, R. 2007. Slieveardagh Heritage Calendar 2008, published by Geography Publications (Heritage calendar highlighting Slieveardagh’s mining heritage).

Clutterbuck, R., Elliott, I. & Shanahan, B. 2006. `The motte and manor of Callan’, Co. Kilkenny. Old Kilkenny Review 58, 7-28.

Nolan, W., Hackett, J. & Clutterbuck, R. 2006. Slieveardagh Heritage Calendar 2007, published by Geography Publications (Heritage calendar highlighting Slieveardagh’s medieval built heritage).

Clutterbuck, R. 2006.  `Wretched beyond description: the excavation of a cottier’s cabin in Cookstown, Co. Meath’.  Seanda 1, 46-47.

Clutterbuck, R. 2001.  `Filling in the blank spaces: the late medieval countryside’. The Proceedings of the AYIA Conference 2000.

Clutterbuck, R. 2000.  `Graystown – a late medieval settlement near Fethard’.  Tipperary Historical Journal 2000, 157-172.

Clutterbuck, R. 1996.  `Industrial archaeology of an engine house in Slieveardagh, Co. Tipperary’. Trowel VII, 46-49.

2017 Conference co-organiser: The Archaeology of Improvement in Ireland, IPMAG 2017, Wood Quay Venue, Dublin, 3 – 5 February.

2017 Presented a paper, ‘Landscapes of Improvement in Ireland’ at IPMAG 2017

2016 Presented a paper, ‘A landscape archaeology of coal mining in County Tipperary, Ireland’ at the National Association of Mining History Organisations, Dublin City University.

2016 Presented a paper, ‘Time for Improvement: the archaeology of an ideology and how it shaped time in later historic Ireland’, at the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland annual conference, Galway.

2015 Presented a talk to the local community in Kilfenora, Co. Clare, on ‘The development of the parish of Kilfenora, 1650-1840’.

2015 Presented a talk to the local community in Slieveardagh for Heritage Week on ‘Discovering Slieveardagh’s Mining Past, Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary.’

2013 Presented a paper, ‘Fields and Farms in Ireland, 1650–1850: Landscape Archaeologies of Improvement’, to the Society for Historic Archaeology conference, Leicester.

2010 Presented a paper with Isabel Bennet, ‘Post-Medieval Sites in the Excavations Bulletins 1970 – 2008’, to the Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group conference, Belfast.

2008 Presented a seminar paper, ‘Cahermacnaghten: Routeways and Movement’, at the Burren Landscape and Settlement INSTAR Project public seminar, Burren College of Art, Co. Clare.

2008 Presented a paper with Brice Le Comte, BMA Geoservices, ‘Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys at Athboy & Duleek, Co. Meath’ to the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Conference.

2008 Presented a paper, ‘Tipperary’s Coal Mines and Miners’ to the Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group conference, Kenmare, Co. Kerry.

2007 Presented, with Brian Shanahan and Ian Elliott, a local community talk, ‘Callan Moat – a Timber Castle and Manor Farm’, based on the results of a Royal Irish Academy funded research project, at Callan, Co. Kilkenny.

2007 Presented a paper, ‘A double ring ditch at Cookstown, Co. Meath’ to the Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland in Light of Recent Archaeological Excavations seminar, hosted by the Discovery Programme and the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Dublin.

2005 Presented a paper, ‘Medieval complex at Cookstown, Co. Meath’, to the Medieval Rural Settlement in Ireland in Light of Recent Excavations seminar, hosted by the Discovery Programme and the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Dublin.

2010-2014: Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship.

2008: INSTAR funding for the Burren Landscape and Settlement Project, as part of a multi-disciplinary team of researchers from NUI Galway.

2002: Grant awarded by the Royal Irish Academy for archaeological research, with Brian Shanahan and Ian Elliott.

Bryn Coldrick

Coldrick, B. (n.d.) Some Early Modern Landlord Villages in County Galway: Part 1 – Eyrecourt. Unpublished paper delivered to the ‘Archaeology of the Big House, Demesne Landscape, and Landlord’s Village’ Conference, Galway Community Archaeology Advisory Project, Portumna, July 2016.

TPG (2015) Rottnest Island/Wadjemup Cultural Landscape Management Plan. Prepared by The Planning Group for the Rottnest Island Authority.

McDonald, E. M. & Coldrick, B. (forthcoming) ‘Is it from the Dreaming or is it Rubbish? The Significance and Meaning of Stone Artefacts and their Sources to Aboriginal People in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia’ in Gilhooly, B., Kelly, N. and Mallía-Guest, S. (eds.) Cultures of Stone. Leiden: Sidestone Press. Based on a paper read at the Cultures of Stone Conference, UCD, Dublin, September 2014.

Coldrick, B. (n.d.) ‘The Akubra and the Suit: The Roles of the Ethnographer in Aboriginal Heritage Management in Western Australia’. Paper read at the Australian Anthropological Society Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, September 2012.

McDonald, E. M. & Coldrick, B. (n.d.) ‘“Those sites are not so significant but there are still artefacts there” – Indigenous and Archaeological Communities of Practice and the assessment of Archaeological Significance: A Case Study in Eastern Guruma Archaeology.’ Paper presented to the Sixth World Archaeological Congress, Dublin, July 2008.

McDonald, E. M. & Coldrick, B. (n.d.) ‘Putting Ethnography Back into Ethnographic Surveys: a Call for a Methodologically Adequate ‘Rapid Ethnography’’. Paper presented to the Department of Indigenous Affairs’ heritage conference, Perth, May 2008.

McDonald, E. M., Coldrick, B. & Christensen, W. (2008) ’The Green Frog and Desalination: A Nyungar Metaphor for the (Mis-) Management of Water Resources on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia’ in Oceania Vol. 78, No. 1, March 2008.

McDonald, E. M., Coldrick, B. & Villiers, L. (2005) Study of Groundwater-Related Aboriginal Cultural Features on the Gnangara Mound, Western Australia. Prepared for the Department of Environment, Perth, by Estill & Associates.

Coldrick, B. (2002) Rossin, County Meath: An Unofficial Place. Maynooth Studies in Local History, No. 44. Four Courts Press, Dublin.

Joanne Hughes

Hughes, J. (2011) Two site summary reports in Eogan, J. and Shee Twohig, E. (Eds.) Cois tSuire – nine thousand years of human activity in the Lower Suir Valley. NRA Scheme Monographs 8.

Hughes, J., & Ó Droma, M. (2011) Finding the Plot – Urban and Rural Cashel in the Thirteenth Century. NRA Annual Seminar Proceedings, Wordwell

Hughes, J. (2011) Bagpuss of Cashel – the tale of a musical cat. Tipperary Historical Journal, Vol 13.

Hughes, J. & Farrelly, J. (2009) A Late Medieval to Early Modern Building at No. 1 Canopy Street & No. 9 Bank Place, Cashel. Tipperary Historical Journal.

Hughes, J. (2008) The Faunal Remains. In Stout, G. & Stout, M. Excavation of a secular cemetery at Knowth Site M, County Meath, and related sites in north-east Leinster. Wordwell

Hughes, J. (2005). Two Neolithic Structures in Granny Townland, Co. Kilkenny. In O’Sullivan, J. & Stanley, M. Recent Archaeological Discoveries on National Road Schemes 2004; p.25-47. Wordwell. 

Conference Papers & Participatory Events 

Hughes J (2018) Panel Speaker at INTERact ‘Activating Cultural Heritage in INTERREG’ seminar. Vienna, December 2018.

Hughes, J (2018) ‘The MMIAH Project and Elizabeth Fort, Cork City’. At ‘Dig: The value of archaeology for society and the economy conference’. The Heritage Council, Kilkenny.

Hughes, J. (2011) ‘Dwelling on the Past – Vernacular Structures on the N8 Cashel Bypass & N74 Link Road’. Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group (IPMAG) Annual Conference. Ennis, Co. Clare.

Hughes, J. (2010) ‘Finding the Plot – Urban and Rural Cashel in the Thirteenth Century’. National Roads Authority (NRA) Annual Public Seminar. Dublin.

Hughes, J. (2005) ‘An Emerging Bronze Age Landscape Around Cashel, Co. Tipperary’. European Assocation of Archaeologists. Cork,

Hughes, J. (2004) ‘Two Neolithic Structures at Granny, Co. Kilkenny’. National Roads Authority (N.R.A.) Annual Public Seminar, (Dublin, 2004) & Archaeology Ireland Conference. Dublin (U.C.D) 

Conference Co-ordination, E-zines, Outreach and links 

To Crown A King Festival, Cashel, Co. Tipperary. April 2014 http://www.brianborumillennium.ie/category/cashel/

The Butlers of Ormond At Home and Abroad conference, Cahir Co. Tipperary October 2013 http://www.nrn.ie/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Butlers-of-Ormond-at-Home-and-Abroad-poster.pdf

River Suir Showcase Seminar, Carrick-On-Suir, January 2013 http://www.southtippheritage.ie/media/RIver%20Suir%20Showcase%20Seminar%20Outline.pdf

South Tipperary Tourism E-zine 2012/2013 (author, co-ordinator & publisher of newsletter every two months) http://www.nrn.ie/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/South-Tipperary-Tourism-Company-Newsletter-no-4-Autumn-2013.pdf

Archbishop Agar Bicentenary Festival 2009 http://www.tipperarystar.ie/news/local-news/cashel-celebrates-the-life-and-times-of-archbishop-agar-1-2244408

Landscapes of the River Suir Education Packs (author) http://www.bogfire.com/Graphic_Design/River_Suir/River_Suir_educational_materials.html 

Dr Steve Lancaster

Lancaster, S.J.,, 2013, ‘Geoarchaeology on the Road’ In Kelly, B., Roycroft, N. and Stanley, M. (eds) Futures and Pasts: Archaeological Science on Irish Road Schemes. Archaeology and the National Roads Authority Monograph.

Jones, E with contributions by with contributions by Crone, A.,  Cross, M.,  Franklin, Haston, S-J, Holmes, N.,  Lancaster, S., Mighall, T., Reilly, E., Thomas, C.,  Timpany, S. and Tourunen, A., 2011, ‘Through the Cowgate: life in 15th-century Edinburgh as revealed by excavations at St Patrick’s Church’ Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 42

Lancaster, S., Davies, A., Hastie, M., McCulloch, R., Smith, C., Timpany, S. & Tipping, R. 2009. ‘A line in the landscape: the pit alignment circa 8210-3650 BC – palaeoenvironmental synthesis’. In Murray, H.J., Murray, J.C. & Fraser, S.M. (eds) A Tale of the Unknown Unknowns. A Mesolithic pit alignment and a Neolithic timber hall at Warren Field, Crathes, Aberdeenshire. Oxford: Oxbow, 15-21.

Lancaster, S., Davies, A., Hastie, M., McCulloch, R., Smith, C., Timpany, S. & Tipping, R. 2009. ‘A new kind of place: the timber hall circa 3820-3690 BC – palaeoenvironmental synthesis.’ In Murray, H.J., Murray, J.C. & Fraser, S.M. (eds) A Tale of the Unknown Unknowns. A Mesolithic pit alignment and a Neolithic timber hall at Warren Field, Crathes, Aberdeenshire. Oxford: Oxbow, 42-50.

Mudie, G., Hunter, F., Heald, A., McLaren, D., Bjarke Ballin, T., Jackson, A., Lancaster, S And Cressy, M., 2007, ‘Excavations on the site of a late Iron Age  roundhouse and souterrain, Glen Cloy, Brodick, Isle of Arran.’ Scottish Archaeological Journal vol. 29(1) 1-29

Johnson, M., Lancaster, S., Cressy, M., 2005, ‘An Early Historic Turf-banked Structure at Kennox, Near Glespin, South Lanarkshire.’ Scottish Archaeological Journal vol. 27(2) 139-146

Lancaster, S. and Simpson, I., 2003  ‘Assessing and modelling faunalturbation.’ in ed. K.A Robson Brown Archaeological Sciences 1999: Proceedings of the Archaeological Sciences Conference, University of Bristol, 1999.

Dr Ros Ó Maoldúin

Ó Maoldúin, R., Bonsall, J. & Murphy, M. (forthcoming) An early medieval precursor to Rossdroit medieval church. In N. Brady (ed.) The archaeology on the N30. National Roads Authority, Dublin.

Fegan, G. & Ó Maoldúin, R. (forthcoming) The Bronze Age on the N30. In N. Brady (ed.) The archaeology on the N30. National Roads Authority, Dublin.

Ó Maoldúin, R. 2019. Well shaved travellers: Irish and Scottish Early Bronze Age razors. In: D. Brandherm (ed), Aspects of the Bronze Age in the Atlantic Archipelago and Beyond.
Proceedings from the Belfast Bronze Age Forum, 9–10 November 2013. Archæologia Atlantica Monographiæ 3. Hagen: Curach Bhán Publications, 2019

Ó Maoldúin, R. & Danaher, E. (2018). The Biography of an Axe. Archaeology Ireland. 31 (1), 17-20.

Martiniano R, Cassidy LM, Ó Maoldúin R, McLaughlin R, Silva NM, Manco L, et al. (2017) The population genomics of archaeological transition in west Iberia: investigation of ancient substructure using imputation and haplotypebased methods. PLoS Genet 13(7): e1006852

Bergh, S., Ó Maoldúin, R. & McCarthy, N. (2016). The archaeology of Turlough Hill. In The Irish Quaternary Association Field Guide No. 33, 18-25

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2015). In search of amber: Long distance directional movement between Bronze Age Ireland and Denmark, and an analogy from the early medieval literature of Ireland. P. Suchowska-Ducke, & H. Vandkilde (eds). (2014). Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe. Proceedings of an international conference and the Marie Curie ITN ‘Forging Identities’ at Aarhus University June 2012. BAR International Series, 2014

Jones, C., McVeigh, T. & Ó Maoldúin, R. (2015) Monuments, Landscape and Identity in Chalcolithic Ireland. In K. Springs (ed.) Landscape and Identity: Archaeology and Human Geography. BAR International Series.

R. Ó Maoldúin, R. Schot and C. Newman.(2015) Les monastères de Cleenish Island et de Bangor (Irlande): premiéres recherches sur Cleenish. In: S. Bully (ed.) Archéologie en Franche-Comté. Colomban et l’abbaye de Luxeuil au Coeur de l’Europe du haut Moyen Âge, 20–21. Besançon, 2015

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2014) The people behind the pots: Considering the Early Bronze Age remains found in French Furze, Co. Kildare. In B. Kelly, N. Roycroft & M. Stanley (eds) Fragments of Antiquity: NRA Monograph Series No. 11. Dublin: National Roads Authority.

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2014) Seachtain i nDaingean an Umha Aois (A week in Bronze Age Dingle): A personal perspective. Archaeology Ireland 28 (2), 40-43.

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2012) What lies beneath NUIG Dangan barrow? SIN 13 (12), 21.

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2012) A mysterious object from under the Engineering Building. SIN 13 (10), 18.

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2011) Review: Valerie Hall, The Making of Ireland’s Landscape, Landscapes 12.2.

Stephenson, A. & Ó Maoldúin, R. (2011) Rathpatrick 10 – Bronze Age hearth, fulacht fia, medieval kiln and structures In J. Eogan & E. Shee Twohig (eds) Cois tSiúire – nine thousand years of human activity in the Lower Suir Valley, Dublin: National Roads Authority, 166-171.

Ó Maoldúin, R. (2008) Crossing borders in the 21st century. Archaeology Ireland 22 (4), 26-29.

2019 – A Tale of Two Hills: Beaker Period Burials on Knockloon and Roughan Hills, Co Clare, Ireland. Archaeological Institute of America 120th Annual Meeting – San Diego, Jan 2019

2018 – Keeping it local: A case study in regionalised approaches to palaeogenomics using prehistoric populations from the Burren, Co. Clare. EAA Barcelona

2018 – Beakerless Beaker burials and other regional practices in mid-third millenium Ireland – EAA Barcelona

2018 – An update on the Roughan Hill wedge tomb project: Dating prehistoric tombs on the Burren. IQUA. The Hunt Museum, Limerick.

2018 – Prehistoric tombs in a post-medieval world: Contested meanings on Roughan Hill, Co. Clare: IPMAG, Galway.

2017 – The Archaeology of Turlough Hill, the Burren, Co. Clare. The revealing the past: Archaeological Excavations in Ireland. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.

2017 – Inverting the natural order and invoking the otherworld: Ritual practice at megalithic tombs. Bronze Age Forum. UCC

2016 – The chaîne opératoire and biography of a ‘small’ megalith – Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland – Galway

2015 – The Anatomy of an Early Bronze Age Megalith- Bronze Age Forum, Exeter

2015 – Wedge tomb communities: a mid-third millennium building boom? – European Archaeological Association, Glasgow

2015 – Survey and Excavation on Cleenish Island, Upper Lough Erne, Co. Fermanagh. Columbanus conference, Bangor.

2014 – Well shaved travelers: Irish and British Early Bronze Age razors

2013 – The people behind the pots: Considering the Early Bronze Age remains found in French Furze, Co. Kildare

2013 – Beads in the earlier Bronze Age burials of Ireland: the complexity behind the distributions

2012 – Long distance directional movement in Bronze Age Europe: An analogy with early and later medieval Ireland.

2012 – Considering the ‘value’ of amber in the Irish Later Bronze Age

2010 – Twixt land and sea: Liminality and the promontory enclosures of the Atlantic façade: TAG, Bristol.

Ó Maoldúin, R. 2017. Review of ‘Woodward, A. and Hunter, J. 2015. Ritual in Early Bronze Age grave goods. Oxbow Books, Oxford. The Journal of Irish Archaeology 24, 188-189.

Ó Maoldúin, R. 2011 Review: Valerie Hall, The Making of Ireland’s Landscape

Ó Maoldúin 2017 Preliminary report on the excavation of Wedge tomb CL016-061002, Parknabinnia, Co. Clare. Unpublished site report, The Irish Fieldschool of Prehistoric Archaeology

2016 – Preliminary Report on excavation 16E0130 Turlough Hill, Co. Clare.

Preliminary Report on the excavation of Wedge tomb CL017-180002, Parknabinia, Co. Clare. Licence 15E0053

Annaghdown archaeological testing report 2014

02E0541 French Furze: Early Bronze Age site report

Ballydavis site B, Co. Laois, Ireland

Cappakeel, Co. Laois, Ireland: Medieval ditch and Iron Age ring ditch

Dr Ger Dowling

Dowling, G. 2015. Exploring the hidden depths of Tara’s hinterland: geophysical survey and landscape investigations in the Meath-north Dublin region, eastern Ireland. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 81, 61–85.

Dowling, G. and Shaw, R. 2015. Discoveries through remote sensing investigating late prehistoric sites in eastern Ireland. Sensing the past. Contributions from the Arcland Conference on remote sensing for archaeology, 84–5. Bonn: ArcLand.

Corns, A., Devlin, G., Dowling, G. and Shaw, R. 2015. CARS: community archaeology remote sensing. Sensing the past. Contributions from the Arcland Conference on remote sensing for archaeology, 100–1. Bonn: ArcLand.

Dowling, G. 2014. Landscape and settlement in late Iron Age Ireland: some emerging trends. Late Iron Age and ‘Roman’ Ireland. Discovery Programme Reports 8, 151–74. Dublin: Wordwell.

Dowling, G. 2014. Geophysical investigations at Drumanagh and Loughshinny, north County Dublin. Late Iron Age and ‘Roman’ Ireland. Discovery Programme Reports 8, 59–90. Dublin: Wordwell.

Cahill Wilson, J., Cooney, G., Dowling, G. and Elliott, I. 2014. Investigations on Lambay, Co. Dublin. Late Iron Age and ‘Roman’ Ireland. Discovery Programme Reports 8, 91–112. Dublin: Wordwell.

Cahill Wilson, J., Dowling, G. and Bevivino, M.A. 2014. The LIARI Project: aims, methodology and collaborative research. Late Iron Age and ‘Roman’ Ireland. Discovery Programme Reports 8, 1–14. Dublin: Wordwell.

Dowling. G. and Cahill Wilson, J. 2014. Tracing the footprint of our ancestors. Archaeology Ireland 28:1, 20–2.

Fenwick, J., Dowling, G., Schot, R. and Rogers, J. 2012. Crewbane souterrain and nearby archaeological features, Brugh na Bóinne, Slane, Co. Meath. Ríocht na Midhe 23, 1–25.

Dowling, G. 2011. The architecture of power: an exploration of the origins of closely spaced multivallate monuments in Ireland. In R. Schot, C. Newman and E. Bhreathnach (eds), Landscapes of cult and kingship, 213–31. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Bully, S., Marron, E., Schot, R., Dowling, G. and Fiocchi, L. 2011. Le site du monastère d’Annegray (Haute-Saône): les prospections géophysiques. Bulletin du Centre d’Études Médiévales d’Auxerre 15, 2–7.

Dowling, G. 2006. The liminal boundary: an analysis of the sacral potency of the ditch at Ráith na Ríg, Tara, Co. Meath. Journal of Irish Archaeology 15, 15–39.

Dr Kim Rice

Colum Hardy

A Cashel with round house, annexe and later limekilns at Coolagh, Co. Galway
In J. Mckeon & J. O’Sullivan (eds) The Quiet Landscape: Archaeological Discoveries on the Route of the M6 Galway to Ballinasloe Motorway Scheme, Bray: Wordwell.

Also included as a contributing chapter to ‘Settlement in Early Medieval Ireland: in light of recent archaeological excavations’.
Edited by Christiaan Corlett & Michael Potterton

“The Ballyhoura Graveyard Project — “The Importance of Community” – Amanda Slattery, Tourism & Heritage Officer and Colum Hardy, Community Archaeologist, June 2014

Editor & contributor to :

The Bridge  – The Journal of the Kilbarron Terryglass Historical Society