The Landscapes of Revolution Project was established to raise awareness of Ireland’s revolutionary-era archaeology through engagement with local communities and is currently being supported by Abarta Heritage Ltd. We are also partnered with Tipperary in the Decade of Revolution a non-profit grouping of historians who have combined to create an awareness of the events which impacted on the life of County Tipperary and its citizens during Ireland’s Revolutionary period 1913-1923. 

Revolutionary Archaeology is one of the most engaging heritage resources in the country, but it is also among the most understudied, fragile and at risk resources on the island. Using a programme of analysis, site identification and mapping, the Project seeks to highlight the unrealised potential of these near contemporary archaeological landscapes, and the value and benefits that their examination can bring.

You can explore some of our past and current work by selecting individual projects from the drop down menu above or by clicking here. You can also find a useful resources page here.

If you would like to contact the project, you can do so via email at