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…

New Release: Archaeological Map of the 1920 Cloyne RIC Barracks Attack

Our latest map is the third in the series commissioned by Cork County Council, and examines the archaeological landscape of the May 1920 attack on Cloyne RIC Barracks in East Cork. It follows previous maps we have undertaken for this project that explore the 1920 Mallow Military Barracks Raid and the 1921 attack on Rosscarbery…

New Release: Archaeological Map of the 1921 Rosscarbery RIC Barracks Attack

Our latest map, part of the series commissioned by Cork County Council, examines the archaeological landscape of the March 1921 attack on Rosscarbery RIC Barracks. The work was undertaken by Abarta Heritage Ltd as part of Cork County Council’s Decade of Centenaries Programme supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.…

New Release: Archaeological Maps of the 1920 Mallow Barracks Raid

Our latest set of archaeological maps, examining the landscape of the important 1920 Mallow Barracks Raid, are the first in a series of four commissioned by Cork County Council. The work was undertaken by Abarta Heritage Ltd as part of Cork County Council’s Decade of Centenaries Programme supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts,…

New Release: Archaeological Maps of the 1920 Kilcommon Ambush

We are delighted to officially launch the archaeological maps that have been created as a result of the Kilcommon Ambush archaeology project. This work was undertaken by Abarta Heritage Ltd as part of Tipperary’s Decade of Centenaries Programme financed by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. The maps identify the major…

Kilcommon: Research Workshop & Memory Sharing Event

Tara Clarke of Abarta Heritage and the Landscapes of Revolution Project describes the Research Workshop and Memory Sharing event we recently held with the local community in Kilcommon, Co. Tipperary. One of the aims of the Landscapes of Revolution Project is to work with local communities to uncover their revolutionary past. Significant detail about events…