With the US dollar now at its strongest ever value against the European ‘Euro’ currency, studying in Europe has never offered better value. In April 2008, one dollar bought €0.63c. In February 2017, one dollar buys €0.94c. In the last five years, the dollar has increased in strength by 22.5% against the Euro. It is […]
We are delighted to announce the publication of a new book by Dr. Theresa McDonald of Achill Archaeological Field School. “A Guide to the Archaeological and Historical Sites of Achill, Achillbeg and the Corraun Peninsula’ was published in October 2016 and is a must-have book for anyone interested in the history and archaeology of the […]
Achill Archaeological Field School is hosting an exhibition titled “25 Years Exploring the Archaeology of Achill: Sites & Artefacts”. The exhibition is open daily at Achill Archaeology Centre, Dooagh. Admission is €2.50 for adults and free for children.
Earlier this year we had some issues with email messages apparently not arriving in the recipient’s inbox. This is very frustrating for all concerned, as it turns out that there is no way for the sender of an email to know for sure whether their message was received. Yes, we could – and often do […]
McDonald, T. 2015. The ‘ups and downs’ of booleying in Achill, Co. Mayo In: Cattle in ancient and modern Ireland. Farming practices, environment and economy. Eds. O’Connell, M., Fergus, K. and McAdam, J.H. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne (in press; expected publication date: May/June 2016).
Our work at Slievemore has been featured as an ‘Interactive Dig’ on the website of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). Follow our dig online with latest field updates, videos and images. The Interactive Digs website can be viewed at www.interactivedigs.com.