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.
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The Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) project was established in 1981. The aim of the project is to record the topographical development of a selection of Irish towns both large and small. Each town is published separately as a fascicle or folder and includes a series of maps complemented by a detailed text section. The Irish Historic Towns Atlas is part of a wider European scheme, with towns atlases containing broadly similar information available for a number of countries. Thus Irish towns can be studied in their European context.
Irish Historic Towns Atlas
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.
To: Tuesday, 31 January 2017
An exhibition on Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 28 Galway/Gaillimh by Jacinta Prunty and Paul Walsh will be on display in the Galway City Museum.
Irish Historic Towns Atlas Seminar 2017
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