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In August 2013 the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland (IAI), in association with Dublin City Council, the Heritage Council and the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, hosted the first Archaeofest in Merrion Square as part of … Continue reading Archaeofest and Environmental Archaeology
Date: Friday 19th February 2016Location: National Botanic Gardens, DublinOrganisers: Environmental Archaeology in Ireland (EAI)Workgroup Sponsors: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht It is almost 70 years since the publication of Frank Mitchell’s seminal … Continue reading Looking Back, Moving Forward: 70 Years of Environmental Archaeology in Ireland
This is a follow up blog post for Digital Data in Environmental Archaeology 1: Preservation. This is a short account of the reasons why I think that environmental archaeology data should be stored and disseminated as … Continue reading Digital Data in Environmental Archaeology 2 – Open Data
This is a short blog post about preserving digital data, from the perspective of an environmental archaeologist. There is a follow up post about open data in environmental archaeology. All of this comes from my personal experience … Continue reading Digital Data in Environmental Archaeology 1: Preservation