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#Archeology

# archeology - Thursday 3 January, 2019

First temple discovered in Mexico of the Flayed Lord - a fertility god depicted as a skinned human corpse

Ancient accounts of rituals suggest victims were killed gladiator-style combat before being skinned.

# archeology - Friday 17 August, 2018

Your summer in Ireland: 5 must-see sites in Wexford

Take our challenge and tick off as many glorious sites this summer as recommended by heritage officers around Ireland.

# archeology - Monday 13 August, 2018

Your summer in Ireland: 5 must-see sites in Meath

Take our challenge and tick off as many glorious sites this summer as recommended by heritage officers around Ireland.

# archeology - Saturday 11 August, 2018

Your summer in Ireland: 5 must-see sites in Louth

Take our challenge and tick off as many glorious sites this summer as you can.

# archeology - Saturday 4 August, 2018

Archaeological discoveries are being made by the dozen this summer - but what happens next? Ancient Ireland This post contains videos

Archaeological discoveries are being made by the dozen this summer - but what happens next?

The dry weather has revealed previously undiscovered site around the county.

# archeology - Monday 23 July, 2018

Archaeologists dig in their heels over 'poverty wages'

Unite trade union has threatened further strike action if the Irish Archaeological Consultancy does not engage with it over pay claims.

# archeology - Saturday 24 June, 2017

This new database shows you all the ancient hill forts across Ireland

The database reveals that Mayo and Cork each have more than 70 ancient hill fort sites.

# archeology - Monday 31 October, 2016

Five thousand years of death: The secrets uncovered at Hellfire Club site

TheJournal.ie was invited to explore the first archaeological dig into a passage tomb on Montpelier Hill. How could we resist?

# archeology - Thursday 20 December, 2012

Google launches Dead Sea Scrolls online library

Only five conservators worldwide are authorized to handle the Dead Sea Scrolls, but now, everyone can view them.

# archeology - Friday 27 April, 2012

Ireland to receive 'important artefacts' from Lusitania wreck

American businessman Gregg Bemis bought the remains of the vessel for £1,000 back in 1968 but has agreed to donate some items to the State after a long-standing dispute.