The Dublin Viking Festival is taking place from August 21st to 22nd and will be held at the Amphitheatre, Wood Quay and Essex Street West. For more details visit: http://www.dublinvikingfestival.ie/
We are now taking pre-orders for Trowel Volume XII. This is so we have a rough estimate of how many hard copies are needed.
If you would like to order your copy (no payment necessary just yet) email us : firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your full name, postal address and the number of copies required.
Jane’s Walk is a series of free neighbourhood walking tours.
The walks will be held on Saturday, 01 May 2010 and Sunday, 02 May 2010. For times and meeting places, and more information on the walks, visit: http://www.janeswalk.net/region/worldwide/
Enthusiastic volunteers wanted to help build a wicker currach that could have lifted the Newgrange kerb stones and rowed or paddled them up the River Boyne, to Brú Na Bóinne .
Visit: http://www.boynecurrach.com/can-you-help-us for more information.
AYIA Conference 2010
Association of Young Irish Archaeologists
February 26th-28th 2010
University College Cork
The 42nd annual conference of the Association of Young Irish Archaeologists
(AYIA) will take place in University College Cork from 26th to 28th February 2010.
The deadline for CALL FOR PAPERS has been extended until the 25th of this month.
For further information please contact: email@example.com
Archaeology and the planning process.
The IAI are hosting a 1 day CDP seminar at Cork City Hal on friday 29th Jan 2010. The cost for IAI members is E30, and E35 for non-members. This seminar will deal with the structure and mechanisms of Local Authority, and the planning process and archaeology.
Wetland Archaeology in Ireland & Beyond.
This conference will be held in UCD on 6th-7th Feb 2010. Further details can be found at www.ucd.ie/archaeology/wetland2010.
Yhe 4th annual Early Medieval Student Symposium will be held at UCD on 19th-20th May 2010. Further details can be found at www.emass2010.com.
Niall Kenny and Brian Dolan are conducting charcoal production experimental archaeology over a number of days, from Sunday 17th to Wednesday 20th of January, on a farm just outside Enfield, in Co. Meath. They hope to produce charcoal in the traditional manner - as it would have been made in early medieval times. They plan to dig, fire and control a charcoal production in a pit kiln excavated on an archaeology site in recent years. Brian is currently undertaking a PhD on early medieval ironworking in UCD and hopes to use the charcoal produced in this experiment in an experimental iron smelt he plans to carry out in Ferrycarrig in March.
They invite any interested persons to join them. Contact Niall Kenny at firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details are available on the following link http://charcoal.seandalaiocht.com.
Happy New Year from The Editors.
Abstracts have now been submitted and selected for Volume XII and it promises to be an interesting and exciting read, with everything from Irish bog bodies and tower houses, to Greek shields and even an Egyptian mummy! Please keep checking our website or facebook page for updates on Volume XII's progress.
Trowel Volume XI
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Download Trowel Volume X now.
Trowel Volume X is now available to download. Go to the Trowel History tab, and click on Volume X. Click on Download Trowel Volume X.
Trowel's new website.
Our new website is up and running, email the editors with any comments/suggestions. We hope to have lots more information up in the coming weeks!!