Heritage Week kicks off today, and a talk in Kilkenny on the abandoned medieval village of Rindoon is just one great example of what’s on. So what’s the story of Rindoon? An aerial view of the deserted peninsula. Source: Irish Air Corps Built in the first half of the 13th century, the town was the high water mark in the Anglo-Norman’s conquest of Ireland. Read more
“Filigree from Ireland and Scotland in the early Middle Ages” A Guest Lecture by Niamh Whitfield, on Tuesday 8th March, 2016. NUIG Campus – Room AC 213 (Main Concourse). From 7pm – Everyone is Welcome!
Michael Gibbons giving a talk on “Revealing the Hidden Archaeology Submerged Beneath the Connemara Coastline”, from Tuesday 20th October, 2015 – For the NUIG Archaeology Society.
NUIG Archaeology Society – This guest lecture from Tuesday 13th of October was video recorded by kind permission of Paul Gosling – There was a tremendous turnout for the event and we would like to extend our gratitude to everybody involved with organising and promoting this very special presentation. The video and sound quality is not perfect – But the recording will undoubtedly be invaluable to students, researchers and others with an interest in the archaeology, mythology and literature from this period in Ireland. Paul Gosling lectures full-time on built heritage in the Department of Heritage and Tourism at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology. He is a professional archaeologist and […]
Michael Gibbons will be giving us a talk on “Revealing the Hidden Archaeology Submerged Beneath the Connemara Coastline”, next Tuesday 20th October, at 7pm in AC204.