Publications List

 

  • Bayley, D. & Roycroft, N. 2003 Souterrain City. Archaeology Ireland 17 (4), 24–27.
  • Carlin, N., Clarke, L. & Walsh, F. 2008 The M4 Kinnegad-Enfield-Kilcock Motorway: The Archaeology of Life and Death on the Boyne Floodplain. NRA Monograph Series No. 2, Wordwell, Bray.
  • Coughlan, T. 2012 'Follow me up to Carlow': an outline of the Iron Age sites found along the M9/M10 route from Knocktopher, Co. Kilkenny to Powerstown, Co. Carlow. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland: in the light of recent archaeological excavations, 59–78. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Coughlan, T. 2011 Delineating early medieval life and death. Seanda 6, 44–47.
  • Coughlan, T. 2011 The occupation of earlier prehistoric monuments in the early medieval period: The evidence from Cappydonnell Big, Co. Offaly. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Settlement in Early Medieval Ireland, in light of recent archaeological excavations, 73–92. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Coughlan, T. 2011 The excavation of a ringfort at Lisanisk, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Settlement in Early Medieval Ireland, 93–106. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Coughlan, T. 2009a Settlement, Burial and Ritual: a Bronze Age landscape on the N9/N10. Seanda 4, 16–18.
  • Coughlan, T. 2009b The Continuing Enigma of Cappydonnell Big. Seanda 4, 42–44.
  • Coughlan, T. 2007 The Enigma of Cappydonnell Big. Seanda 2, 16–17.
  • Coughlan, T. 2003 Excavations at the Medieval Cemetery of St Peter’s Church, Dublin. In S. Duffy (ed.), Medieval Dublin IV, 11–39. Dublin.
  • Coughlan, T. 2000 The Anglo-Norman Houses of Dublin: the evidence from Back Lane. In S. Duffy (ed.), Medieval Dublin I, 11–39. Four Courts Press, Dublin.
  • Delaney, S. 2013 Change and adaption in the Barnesmore Gap, County Donegal. In K. Cleary (ed) The Archaeology of Disaster and Recovery - Proceedings of the IAI Autumn 2012 Conference, 12–17. Conference Proceedings Issue 1. Institute Archaeology Ireland.
  • Delaney, S. 2012 Past lives in 'the black garden'. Seanda, 7, 12−15.
  • Delaney, S. 2011 Marginal Land. Seanda 6, 12–15.
  • Delaney, S. 2011 M18 Gort to Crusheen road scheme - Summary of the final archaeological results. The Other Clare 35, 56−65.
  • Delaney, S. 2010 An early medieval landscape at Balriggan, Co. Louth. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Death and Burial in Early Medieval Ireland, 116–29. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Delaney, S. 2009 Fragments and Furnaces: discoveries along the N18. Seanda 4, 46–48.
  • Delaney, S., McKeon, J. and McNamara, S. 2012 Two Iron Age ring-ditches in Ballyboy, Co. Galway. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland, 93–104. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Delaney, S. & Roycroft, N. 2003 Early medieval enclosure at Balriggan, Co Louth. Archaeology Ireland 17 (2), 16–19.
  • Delaney, S., Bayley, D. and McKeon, J. (forthcoming) Around the Bay – Archaeology on the M1 Dundalk Western Bypass, County Louth. NRA Monograph Series
  • Delaney, S., Bayley, D., Lyne, E., McNamara, S., Molloy, K. and Nunan J. 2012 Borderlands – Archaeological excavations along the M18 Gort to Crusheen road scheme. NRA Monograph Series.
  • Dunne, N., Coughlan, T. and Doyle, T. 2012 Kildare Underground. Seanda, 7, 38−41.
  • Gallaher, D. 2011 (with contributions from Faith Bailey) Early medieval settlement at Kiltrough, Co. Meath. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Settlement in early medieval Ireland, 147-156. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Lyne, E., Riddler, I. & Trzaska-Nartowski, N. 2009 A Bone to Pick: Bronze Age settlement in Westmeath. Seanda 4, 28–29.
  • Lyne, E. 2008 Lives Through Time. Archaeology Ireland 22 (2), 17–21.
  • Lyne, E. 2008 Built according to plan: Two enigmatic Neolithic structures on the M3. Seanda 3, 23–25.
  • McLoughlin, G. 2011 The Blacksmith's Rest. Seanda 6, 37.
  • McLoughlin, G., & Walsh, F. 2008 A slice through time: prehistoric settlement and ritual near Kells, Co. Meath. Seanda 3, 20–22.
  • O' Donnchadha, B. and Delaney, S. 2012 An Iron Age ring-ditch at Donaghmore, Co. Louth. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland, 245–248. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Tobin, M. 2011 Ancestry and analyses at Holdenstown. Seanda 6, 40–41.
  • Walsh, F. (forthcoming) Excavation and Conjecture of a Late Bronze Age Farmstead at Tober, Co. Offaly. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries Ireland.
  • Walsh, F. 2013 Archaeology of Two Townlands (Part 2). Clogher Record.
  • Walsh, F. 2012 Iron Age Sanctuary Enclosure, Boundary Ditch and Kilns at Kilmainham, Co. Meath. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland, 303–312. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Walsh, F. 2011 Archaeology of Two Townlands (Part 1). Clogher Record 2011, 20 (3), 500–520.
  • Walsh, F. 2011 An Early Medieval enclosed farmstead at Killickaweeny 1, Co. Kildare. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Settlement in early medieval Ireland, 313-331. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Walsh, F. 2011 Seeking sanctuary at Kilmainham, Co. Meath. Archaeology Ireland 25 (2), 9−12.
  • Walsh, F. 2007 Tracing the Bronze Age in Tober. Seanda 2, 14–15.
  • Walsh, F. 2006 Neolithic Monanny, County Monaghan. In J O’Sullivan & M Stanley (eds), Settlement Industry and Ritual: proceedings of a public seminar on archaeological discoveries on national road schemes, September 2005, 7–17. Archaeology and the National Roads Authority Monograph Series No. 3. National Roads Authority, Dublin.
  • Walsh, F. & Harrison, J. 2003 Early medieval enclosure at Killickaweeny, Co Kildare. Archaeology Ireland 17 (4), 22–5.
  • Walsh, F., Lyons, S. & McClatchie, M. 2011 A post-built early Neolithic house at Kilmainham, Co. Meath. Archaeology Ireland 25 (3), 35−37.
  • Whitty, Y. 2012 An Iron Age ring-ditch complex at Holdenstown 1, Co. Kilkenny. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland, 313–326. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Whitty, Y. 2012 Iron Age ring-ditch at Commons of Lloyd, Kells, Co. Meath. In C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland, 327–340. Wordwell, Bray.
  • Whitty, Y. & Tobin, M. 2009 Rites in Transition: the story told by Holdenstown 1 and 2. Seanda 4, 19–21.