Irish Historic Towns Atlases of Maynooth, Dundalk and Dublin, part II, 1610 to 1756 are now freely available to search or download.
To compliment the Irish Historic Towns Atlas Online series we are producing short essays by experts on particular town types.
Bandon, Belfast, part I to 1840, Derry~Londonderry, Longford and Ennis are now freely available to search or download.
Athlone, Carlingford, Carrickfergus, Fethard, Kilkenny, Mullingar, Sligo and Trim are freely availble to search or download.
To complement the Irish Historic Towns Atlas Online series we are producing short essays by experts on particular town types.
Dublin, part I to 1610 by H.B. Clarke and Limerick by Eamon O'Flaherty are now freely available as part of IHTA Online from today.
Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 28, Galway/Gaillimh by Jacinta Prunty and Paul Walsh was launched by President Higgins in Galway City Museum on 1 November 2016.
Five Irish Historic Towns Atlases of monastic origin now available freely online to read and download.
This year we welcomed 1467 visitors through the doors and we had plenty for them to see and hear.
IHTA Seminar 2016: Medieval Townscapes: comparative perspectives through the Irish and British historic towns atlases
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