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Jun
22

Drizzle, turf, and hand-knitted socks: Keem Bay open day 2017

Over fifty visitors young and old braved the damp weather to participate in our open day at Keem Bay this afternoon. The open day is a chance for people from Achill and further afield to come and see our excavation in action, and to learn and talk about life in Mayo before the Famine. Achill Archaeological […]

By Eve Campbell | Blog . Research . Uncategorized
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Jun
08

Field Trip! Exploring the north coast of Achill Island

Most Wednesdays during the summer season the staff and students at the Achill Field School take a day off digging and head off to explore a part of the Island. These weekly tours provide a break from the tough work of excavating and allow us to get up close and personal with some of the wonderful […]

By Eve Campbell | Blog
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May
31

Back to the drawing board: Learning finds illustration with Rena Maguire

This week we were lucky enough to have a visit from Rena Maguire. Rena is a PhD candidate at Queen’s University Belfast where she is carrying our some fascinating research on horse fittings and La Tène metalwork in Late Iron Age Ireland. When she’s not poring over dead ponies Rena works as an archaeological illustrator; this week she […]

By Eve Campbell | Academic . Blog
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