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IT Sligo Lecturer Dr Marion Dowd to feature on RTE’s “The Burren: Heart of Stone” Post

...to travel back in time. Dr Marion Dowd, who is an IT Sligo Faculty of Science archaeologist specialising in Irish cave archaeology will appear on this Sunday’s episode and has...

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Archaeology Lecturer Wins International Book Of The Year Award Post

...work in Glencurran Cave in Co. Clare is also included. An excavation led by Dr Dowd uncovered the largest Viking necklace found in Ireland in 2004. Photo caption IT Sligo...

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IT Sligo-Led Research Sheds New Light On Aillwee Cave’s Old Bear Post

...bears instead of one is an unexpected bonus,” says Dr Marion Dowd, archaeologist at IT Sligo and project leader. Radiocarbon dating of the bear skull from Aillwee has revealed it...

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IT Sligo Event Explores Eco-science of Earth Building Post

...in construction is largely unrecognised and greatly under-appreciated despite its documentation in archival resources and its identification in the archaeological record. “Earth has played a significant role in construction from...

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Archaeology Research: Monuments and Society Page

...in Medieval Ireland. This is the first study on the subject of medieval parks in Ireland. It concentrates on parks documented in the period 1169 to c.1350, but also discusses...

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IT Sligo to host new Archaeology Conference Post

...over the course of the weekend. Students and staff from IT Sligo have been involved in several recent archaeological discoveries.. Dr. Fiona Beglane, lecturer in Archaeology at the Institute, will...

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Stonehenge Expert at ‘Archaeology of Gatherings’ Event Post

...Department of Environmental Science, at IT Sligo. It is Ireland’s only third level degree in which archaeology is taught as a science subject. The School of Science offers a 2...

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12th Annual Science Fair – fun for all the family Post

...how two skeletons buried with large stones wedged into their mouths in a historic site in co Roscommon, suggest an ancient belief in “zombies”. IT Sligo’s Applied Archaeology Programme will...

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New book on the Archaeology of Slieve Donard Post

...from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency. Sam is a prehistorian and a landscape archaeologist. Born in Dublin and now living in Co. Roscommon, he spent a considerable time living in...

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