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Buttevant Town Walls

Conservation, Management and Interpretation plan.

Clonmel Town Walls

Conservation and Management Plan.

Martello Towers Research Project

The Martello Towers Research Project was commissioned by Fingal County Council and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council,

Duncannon Fort

At a point where the channel leading to Waterford harbour becomes narrower, there is a rocky outcrop on the east side of the inlet,

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The Fortified Houses Of County Cork

Origin, Fabric, Form, Function and Social Use of Space.

Linn Duchaill

Ireland's unlikely Viking capital. A windswept barley field just south of Dundalk seems an unlikely spot for Ireland's capital.

Charles Fort

The town of Kinsale, an important trading port on the south coast of Ireland, was occupied by the Vikings and the Normans,

Athlone Town Walls and Defences

The subject of the study comprises both the extant walls and those lengths that have been demolished.

King John’s Castle set for Revamp

FÁILTE Ireland and the Department of Tourism has approved €4.7 million for a major redevelopment of Limerick's King John's Castle.

The Conservation and Repair of Masonry Ruins

Ruins are the surviving remnants of structures whose function came to an end some time in the past.

Carriganass Castle

Carriganass Castle is the best preserved of the tower houses of the O'Sullivan Beare Clan.

The Medieval Walls of Kilkenny

The walls of Kilkenny City are not hard to find in the modern streetscape.

Malahide Castle

When the first lord Richard Talbot came to Malahide in 1170, his family were also Lords of Shrewsbury in England.

Mooghaun

Mooghaun hillfort (spelled Moghane in Irish), located in Co. Clare, is thought to be the largest hillfort in Ireland.

Medieval Timber and Earthwork Fortifications in Western Ireland

In the absence of substantive documentary evidence which might illustrate processes of colonization, the distributional pattern of timber and earthwork fortifications has assumed the role of a surrogate in charting Anglo-Norman settlement in Ireland after 1169.

Irish Hill-Forts

STUART PIGGOTT HAS WRITTEN '. . . the hill-fort, in one form or another, becomes the most typical field monument of the Celtic world

Viking Fortress discovered in Co Louth

Archaeologists believe they have found the remains of a huge Viking fortress near the village of Annagassan in Co Louth.

Castle Roche, Ireland

Castle Roche, also known as Castleroche or Roche Castle, lies in the hilly countryside, west of the hamlet of Ballinfuil,

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