4 edition of Archaeological inventory of County Offaly found in the catalog.
Archaeological inventory of County Offaly
|Other titles||Fardal seandálaíochta Chontae Uíbh Fhailí|
|Statement||compiled by Caimin O"Brien and P. David Sweetman.|
|Contributions||Sweetman, P. David., Archaeological Survey of Ireland.|
|LC Classifications||DA990.O3 O37 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||98169808|
Offaly (Ireland) Offaly Ireland Offaly VIAF ID: (Geographic) Permalink: He graduated from University College Galway with a degree in archaeology and later earned an M. Litt. in Medieval History at Trinity College Dublin. His publications include the Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly, The Medieval Churches of County Offaly and the Archaeological Inventory of County Tipperary, North Riding.
The Offaly Geological Heritage Project was supported by the Heritage Council, the Geological Survey Ireland and the Offaly County Council. The resulting report was an action of the County Offaly Heritage Plan Download the Geological Heritage of County Offaly, An Audit, The Geology of Laois and Offaly by John Feehan, The Kingdom of Uí Fháilghe, Uí Failge (early spelling) or Uíbh Fhailí (modern spelling) (/ i:wʲ ˈalʲi: /) was a Gaelic-Irish kingdom which existed to , the name of which (though not the territory) is preserved in the name of County Offaly (Irish: Contae Uíbh Fhailí), Ireland.. County Offaly (originally King's County) was constructed from elements of a number of ancient Irish.
Little remains of the second structure called St Manchan’ house, with only the foot prints of the foundations visible, the Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly suggest that it is likely contemporary with the 15th century section of St Manchan’s church. O'Brien is uniquely qualified for a project such as this. His other books include "Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly," "The Medieval Churches of County Offaly" and "Archaeological Inventory.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Archaeological Survey of Ireland"--Cover. Description: x, pages: illustrations (some color), maps.
The Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly is one in an ongoing series of county inventories compiled and published by the Archaeological Survey of Ireland, Office of Public Works (OPW). Following the completion of the Sites and Monuments Record (SMR).
Buy Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly by Caimin O'Brien from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Caimin O'brien.
Offaly History (short for Offaly Historical & Archaeological) was first formed in and re-established in and is located at Bury Quay, Tullamore, Co. Offaly since (next to the new Tullamore D.E.W Visitor Centre).
We are about collecting and sharing memories. The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage was established to identify, record and evaluate the architectural heritage of the country in a systematic and uniform manner.
Each county inventory is published in a full-colour, attractively illustrated booklet. Offaly Heritage This is the tenth volume of essays by the Offaly Historical and Archaeological Society on the history Archaeological inventory of County Offaly book county Offaly, formerly King’s County.
With essays from historians, writers and academics this tenth journal makes a significant contribution to existing scholarship on the county and on Irish local history. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Survey work, including a generous number of plans and photographs, builds on work published in the OPW’s Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly () and adds some important new detail and corrections, particularly in relation to the buildings of the later 17th century.
For information about the plus archaeological monuments and sites in County Offaly the best place to start is(note adobe flash version 10 is needed). This is the Department of CHG's website and if you click into 'Archaeological Survey Data Base' (bottom left of screen) you can see red dots showing all recorded archaeological sites and blue for architectural sites.
Heritage and Archaeological Objects on Display in Offaly. In St Manchan's church in Boher is a unique 12th century shrine - pictured above.
This shrine is very much part of the community and contains bones which are venerated on the Saint's day, 24 January each year.
County Offaly (/ ˈ ɒ f ə l iː /; Irish: Contae Uíbh Fhailí) is a county in Ireland. It is part of the Midlands Region and is also located in the province of Leinster.
It is named after the ancient Kingdom of Uí Failghe and was formerly known as King's County. Offaly County Council is the local authority for the county.
The county population at the census. Archaeological inventory of County Offaly. By C. (comp.) O'Brien and Dublin (Ireland) Archaeological Survey of Ireland.
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Offaly History and the County Council host information about a number of collections on This website features collections from each repository and also information from the Digby Estate in Dorset relating to their Offaly Estates and selected papers from the Birr Castle Archives and the Loughton Catalogue.
According to the Archaeological Inventory of County Offaly the spiral staircase has partially collapsed preventing access to the upper floors.
However, according to the present owner, these stairs were deliberately destroyed to prevent people accessing the castle when it was derelict.
Record of Monuments and Places. RMP Maps and Manuals by County. Carlow Manual () MB: Carlow Map () Offaly Manual () MB: Offaly Map () MB: Roscommon Manual () All recorded archaeological monuments are protected under the National Monuments Acts Visitors to.
Archaeological Report - Moneygall 2, Co. Offaly (Ireland) 1. Eachtra JournalIssue 11 [ISSN ] Archaeological Excavation Report E - Moneygall 2, Co. Offaly Pit Archaeological Inventory of County Tipperary Vol. 1 - North Tipperary, The Stationery Office er, M.J.
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Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Works can belong to more than one series. The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage is a state initiative under the administration of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
The purpose of the NIAH is to identify, record, and evaluate the post architectural heritage of Ireland, uniformly and consistently as an aid in the protection and conservation of the built heritage.
There is a fabulous range of buildings in Offaly from thatch cottages to castles, follies and mills. For information about architecture in County Offaly the best place to start is which is the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht website which profiles hundreds of buildings and you can search by area or building type or period.
Archaeological inventory of County Cavan / compiled by Patrick F. O’Donovan. – Dublin: Stationery Office, Cavan: essays on the history of an Irish county / edited by Raymond Gillesp.
– Dublin: Irish Academic Press, Ferris, Tom. – The Irish narrow gauge: a pictorial history / Tom Ferris. – From Cork to Cavan. Offaly History Parallel form(s) of name. Offaly Historical and Archaeological Society; OHAS; Other form(s) of name.
Type. Regional; Private; Contact area. Lisa Shortall Primary contact. Type. Address. Street address County Offaly IE. Website Email. Printed: C.
O’Brien and P.D. Sweetman, Archaeological inventory of County Offaly (Dublin, ). D. Sweetman, The medieval castles of Ireland (Cork, ). Glossary Bartizan: a small overhanging turret. Bawn: from the Irish for a cattle enclosure, which came to mean the walled enclosure attached to towers and fortified houses.Pages in category "Archaeological sites in County Offaly" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.
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