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Autumn Archaeology Grants schemes open

03 September 2021

Archaeology Research Excavation Grants,  Archaeology Legacy projects, Directed Archaeological Research for World Heritage Sites and Archaeology Radiocarbon Dates Scheme now open for applications.

Archaeology Research Excavation Grants

Together with the National Monuments Service the Royal Irish Academy welcomes applications for independent research excavations in the Republic of Ireland.

The Archaeology Research Excavation Grants scheme 2021/2022 opened on 3 September and will close on 8 October 2021. For further details and to apply click here

Archaeology Legacy Projects

Together with the National Monuments Service the Royal Irish Academy welcomes applications for post-excavation research for Archaeological Research Excavations which were previously funded by the Royal Irish Academy and whose RIA excavation funding ended at least five years ago.

The Archaeology Legacy Projects Grants scheme 2021/2022 opened on 3 September and will close on 8 October 2021. For further details and to apply click here

Directed Archaeological Research for World Heritage Sites

Together with the National Monuments Service the Royal Irish Academy welcomes applications from those working on the archaeology of the Brú na Bóinne and Sceilig Mhichíl World Heritage Sites to seek funding for non-destructive work.

The Directed Research in World Heritage Sites scheme 2021/2022 opened on 3 September and will close on 8 October 2021. For further details and to apply click here

Archaeology Radiocarbon Dates Scheme

The Royal Irish Academy in association with Queen's University Belfast offers radiocarbon dating for up to twelve applicants per annum to be used for the purposes of archaeological research in Ireland. The offer is intended to assist research projects and academics from all levels are welcome to apply to this scheme (undergraduate, post-graduate students, established researchers etc.).

The Archaeology Radiocarbon dates scheme 2021/2022 opened on 3 September and will close on 8 October 2021. For further details and to apply click here

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