# archaeology - Yesterday’s News
An archaeologist in Sligo has identified 35 used to hide people and ammunitions and needs your help to find more.
# archaeology - Monday 6 October, 2014
The Development Board for the new hospital confirmed that a study has found “no evidence of a grave or any other features of archaeological significance”.
# archaeology - Saturday 4 October, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman criss-crosses the country to bring you a massive cairn in Sligo, a castle in Antrim with a bloody past, and a dolmen with an interesting supersition…
# archaeology - Saturday 20 September, 2014
St Audoen’s in Dublin city centre stands by the most ancient road into Dublin. (And learn, too, about where the monks from Skellig Michael fled from their lonely rock in the sea.)
# archaeology - Tuesday 16 September, 2014
Part of a leg and foot were discovered by Bord na Mona workers.
The fortress was a genuine military facility and was probably the scene of fighting as well.
# archaeology - Saturday 6 September, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman transports us to another batch of wonderful Irish historical gems in Sligo, Dublin – and that incredible southerly Copper Coast.
# archaeology - Sunday 24 August, 2014
Medieval human remains found in Dublin city centre have thrown up many questions for archaeologists.
# archaeology - Saturday 23 August, 2014
In this special edition of our Heritage Ireland series, Neil Jackman takes his pick of Heritage Week events and fun…
# archaeology - Thursday 14 August, 2014
The remains were found during Luas works in mid-July.
The project will run in the Parade in Kilkenny city today.
# archaeology - Saturday 9 August, 2014
Dunmore Cave has a chilling tale to tell visitors.
The skeleton, nicknamed Noah, is believed to be of a muscular man who was at least 5’8″ tall.
# archaeology - Saturday 26 July, 2014
Let archaeologist Neil Jackman lead you through the amazing past and present of Hook Lighthouse as well as trips to a major ancient monastery and Georgian splendour.
# archaeology - Sunday 20 July, 2014
In my mid twenties, I began to yearn for a change. A recurring voice at the back of my head kept whispering about the possibility of another path.
# archaeology - Saturday 12 July, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman brings us on a round tower with a view and a fantastically flamboyant neo-gothic mansion.
# archaeology - Saturday 14 June, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman with the final part of his three-part series on the momentous dig on the ancient site of Tlachtga in Meath.
# archaeology - Saturday 31 May, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman with part two of his three-part series on the momentous dig on the ancient site of Tlachtga in Meath.
# archaeology - Thursday 29 May, 2014
The criminal damage has been widely condemned today.
# archaeology - Saturday 17 May, 2014
The first in a series of three articles which follows the discoveries being made at Tlachtga – one of Ireland’s most enigmatic archaeological sites.
# archaeology - Thursday 8 May, 2014
Two archaeological reports were carried out on the houses which are near a road development.
# archaeology - Saturday 3 May, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman guides us through an ancient roadway that traversed Ireland, a fine medieval priory and an intriguing hermit cell hidden in a church.
# archaeology - Thursday 1 May, 2014
But peeing outside is STILL rude, OK?
# archaeology - Saturday 19 April, 2014
Lovely Doneraile Park, ancient Derrynaflan and iconic Clonmacnoise – archaeologist Neil Jackman guides you through these magical sites.
# archaeology - Friday 18 April, 2014
Experts found that the front and rear walls of the two houses date mostly from 1881 and 1908, with no evidence they date to medieval times.
# archaeology - Saturday 5 April, 2014
This week, archaeologist Neil Jackman guides us through a mysterious and massive Bronze Age complex in Tyrone and medieval treasures in Kildare and Kilkenny.
# archaeology - Saturday 22 March, 2014
This week, Neil Jackman looks at three off-the-beaten-track places to visit this weekend in Tipperary, Kerry and the Dublin mountains.
# archaeology - Saturday 8 March, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman takes us on a guided tour of the treasures of one of Ireland’s most important historical hotspots.
# archaeology - Monday 3 March, 2014
Deterioration in state of ancient Roman site described as “dramatic”.
# archaeology - Saturday 8 February, 2014
A Cromwellian Fort was damaged in recent storms on the island, with a large section of wall collapsing.
# archaeology - Saturday 11 January, 2014
We don’t think it will be the new Atkins.
# archaeology - Thursday 2 January, 2014
The dog skull looks like it was displayed on a skull rack usually reserved for the severed heads of captured warriors from rival groups.
# archaeology - Thursday 26 December, 2013
Archaeologist Neil Jackman picks fascinating sites nationwide for a stroll today.
# archaeology - Sunday 8 December, 2013
Blind and visually impaired visitors are encouraged to get up close to items during their special tours.
# archaeology - Saturday 23 November, 2013
This week, Neil Jackman captures the Wicklow site at a point when its beauty is matched only by its archaeological significance.
# archaeology - Saturday 9 November, 2013
This week, archaeologist Neil Jackman is awed by the Neolithic treasures of Lough Gur, as well as a stunning Kerry fort complex and a Galway medieval cathedral.
# archaeology - Saturday 12 October, 2013
Archaeologist Neil Jackman leads us through a mystical stone circle in Donegal, an abbey with a bloody past in Mayo and a medieval village in Cork.
# archaeology - Wednesday 9 October, 2013
A local group has opposed the plans for a new roadway at the site, claiming that medieval remains should be protected.
# archaeology - Saturday 28 September, 2013
For the All-Ireland hurling replay day that’s in it, check out that historic gem (in Donegal!) and others in Tipperary and Tyrone as part of Neil Jackman’s bi-weekly series.
# archaeology - Saturday 31 August, 2013
Highest waterfalls, venerable mansions, ancient tombs, rare bog flora, proud forts of lost chieftains. Head to Co Derry if all that tickles your fancy.