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Material Legacies: The Archaeology of the Irish Revolutionary Period Conference Presentations

In March, the Landscapes of Revolution team co-organised and participated in the ‘Material Legacies: The Archaeology of the Irish Revolutionary Period’ conference with Abarta Heritage and UCD School of Archaeology.  The conference, which was a great success, focused on examining how archaeology shapes our understanding of Ireland’s revolutionary period.  If you would like to see these fascinating presentations…

A closer look at the Tipperary IRA Map

Today we are taking a closer look at the fascinating ‘Tipperary IRA Map.’ Filled with intriguing markings that may be connected with Ireland’s 20th-century revolutionary period, we’re focusing on a section of the map around the town of Cahir (or Caher as it is written on the map).  Markings such as blue underlines, red underlines and black…