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'Revealing the past: archaeological excavation and research in Ireland'

When

Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 10:00 - Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 16:00

Where

Academy House, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

Tickets

Full price €10 Concession (student, retired, unemployed) €5 Members email info@ria.ie

A biennial seminar presenting recent discoveries from archaeological excavation and research in Ireland supported by RIA grants funded by the National Monuments Service.

Ticket price includes light lunch.

This biennial one-day seminar will bring together a selection of recent discoveries made through research excavations and smaller projects which have been supported by the Royal Irish Academy's Standing Committee for Archaeology and funded by the National Monuments Service. There will also be presentations of findings made through the RIA/QUB Radiocarbon C14 Dates Scheme.

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This event is sponsored by the National Monuments Service.

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