to websites recommended by Mary Henry Archaeology Ltd.
all of the known archaeological sites in Ireland are listed
Any developments near a known site or in the vicinity of a known
site must engage an licensed archaeologist prior to planning and
possibly throughout the initial soil disturbance. In some
cases, entire towns are so listed. The onus is on the person
building or developing.
National Inventory of Architectural Heritage is a website of
Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/
It is a fascinating database with images of practically all
the important buildings in Ireland and a vital resource for
professionals and communities who are interested in preserving our
is an easy to follow 'Beginner's Guide' to Irish Archaeology. http://www.ballybegvillage.com/archaeology.html
It helps to sort out the phases of archaeology in Ireland.
is designed to introduce you to some of the many rich and varied
attractions of Ireland's Heritage.
"The readership is
drawn from the professions, archaeologists, architects, planners,
teachers, as well as large sections of the general public. Many of
our subscribers are already members of local history
What's in a
Placename? Find out here in the Placenames Database of