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Archaeological reports -Ireland

  • Athlunkard longphort, Limerick (662)
    The place name Athlunkard preserves reference to a ford and a longphort, a term for a defended Viking harbour that dates back to AD 840. This report is a topographic survey of Viking longphort at Athlunkard, Limerick
  • Excavation in the crypts of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin (661)
    Report on the excavations which had possibility of uncovering deeper Viking levels, given the previous finding of Viking remains on the north side of the cathedral
  • Excavation of rural Norse settlement at Cherrywood (747)
    Dublin excavation report
  • Excavations at Essex Street West Dublin (638)
    This report, the second in the series Archaeology in Temple Bar, presents the results of pre-development archaeological excavation on Essex Street West, adjacent to the church of SS Michael and John, which incorporates the fabric of the famous Smock Alley Theatre
  • Excavations at Exchange Street Upper/Parliament Street, Dublin (645)
    Information about the summary report, the forth in the series Archaeology in Temple Bar, provides an outline description of excavations at 5-7 Exchange Street Upper/33-34 Parliament Street
  • Finds from the Limerick Main Drainage (642)
    They include a possible late Iron Age horse bit and pin; a Viking strap end, coin and zoomorphic mount; and a small quantity of locally manufactured and imported medieval pottery
  • James' Street, Dublin 8 (650)
    This indicates that there was a continuation of occupation in this area, even after the so-called ‘return’ of the Dublin Vikings in AD 917
  • Kilkenny Flood Relief Scheme (665)
    PDF file - The archaeological excavation was undertaken over 2 seasons during summer/autumn of 2001 and spring/summer 2002, of post-medieval/industrial water mill & associated weir, located downstream of Green's Bridge, Kilkenny city
  • Ship Street Great (637)
    Report on a small site at Ship Street Great (2002), outside the Viking town in the southern suburb
  • South Great Georges Street (656)
    A total of four Viking warrior burials were found spread out throughout the site, while a fifth skeleton was dated to the fifteenth century and was probably associated with the medieval church of St George, located somewhere to the north-east of the site.
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