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An exhibition of original papers, notes, journals and sketches by eminent archaeologist and Celtic art specialist Françoise Henry, MRIA.
A Library Lunchtime Lecture on archaeologist and Irish art historian Françoise Henry, MRIA.
Exhibition exploring the varied worlds of five women selected as Honorary Members of the Academy in the nineteenth century. For all the content published for this exhibiton please visit our exhibition page to download...
Visit Academy House during Heritage Week for tours of the building, a Lunchtime Lecture on Robert Boyle and an exhibition on Academy women in the nineteenth century
‘Robert Boyle’s Irish character printing type: how the Irish scientist adopted the Irish/Gaelic typeface’
Heritage Week Lunchtime Lecture by Dr Dermot McGuinne
Visit Academy House this Culture Night, we have lots to do and see.
The annual Dublin Festival of History takes place at various venues across the city. This year the Library and the Irish Historic Towns Atlas will be participating for the first time.