Recent Publications

This page details recent publications by staff and students of the Department of Archaeology.

Books (7)
  • Cleary, R. M. and Kelleher, H 2011. Archaeological excavations at Tullahedy County Tipperary Neolithic Settlement in North Munster. Cork: Collins Press.
  • H. P. Chapman and B. R. Gearey 2013. Modelling Archaeo-Environments in Wetlands: The Hidden Landscape Archaeology of Hatfield and Thorne Moors. Oxbow, Oxford.
  • O’Brien, W. 2009. Local Worlds: Early Settlement Landscapes and Upland Farming in South-west Ireland. Cork: Collins Press.
  • O’Brien, W. 2012. Iverni: a Prehistory of Cork. Cork, Ireland: Collins Press.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. and O’Sullivan, J. 2008. Inishmurray. Monks and Pilgrims in an Atlantic Landscape. Volume 1: Survey and Excavations 1997-2000. The Collins Press, Cork, 421pp; ISBN: 978-1905172474).
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2010. Churches in Early Medieval Ireland. Architecture, Ritual and Memory (Yale University Press, New Haven and London; ISBN 978-0-300-15444-3; 392pp, 298 figures).
  • Rynne, C. (with Neil Jackman and Catriona Moore) 2013. The mill at Kilbegly. An archaeological investigation on the route of the M6 Ballinasloe to Athlone national road scheme. NRA, Dublin.
Edited Books (9)
  • Cooney, G., Becker, K., Coles, M., Ryan, M. and Sievers, S. (eds)  2010. Relics of old decency. Archaeological studies in later prehistory. Festschrift for Barry Raftery. Wordwell Books, Bray.
  • Cleary, R.M. (ed.). 2010. Of Troughs and Tuyeres: The Archaeology of the N5 Charlestown Bypass. Dublin: Wordwell.
  • Lozada, M.C. and B. O’Donnabhain. (eds). 2013. The Dead Tell Tales: essays in honor of Jane E. Buikstra.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles.
  • O’Donnabhain, B. and M.C. Lozada (eds). 2014. Archaeological Human Remains: Global Perspectives.  New York: Springer.
  • Sheehan, J. and Ó Córrain, D. (eds). 2010 The Viking Age: Ireland and the West. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Viking Congress, Cork, 18-27 August 2005. Dublin: Four Courts Press.
  • Sheehan, J and Crowley, J. (eds.). 2009. The Iveragh Peninsula: A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry. Cork: Cork University Press.
  • Rynne, C. and James Lyttleton (eds) 2009. Plantation Ireland, settlement and material culture, c.1550 – c.1700. Four Courts Press, Dublin. 
  • Rynne, C., Foynes, P., Synnott, C. (eds) 2014. Butter in Ireland from the earliest to the 21st century. Cork: Cork Butter Museum.
  • Pinhasi, R. and Mays S. (eds.). 2008. Advances in Palaeopathology- Methodological and Biocultural Perspectives. New York: Wiley-Liss.
Edited Journals and Published Reports (8)
Refereed Journal Articles (55)
  • Armit, I.; Swindles, G.T.; Becker, K.; Plunkett, G.; Blaauw, M. 2014. Rapid climate change did not cause population collapse at the end of the European Bronze Age. PNAS 2014 111 (48) 17045-17049; published ahead of print November 17, 2014, doi:10.1073/pnas.1408028111.
  • Swindles, G.T.; Lawson, I.T.; Matthews, I.P.; Blaauw, M.; Daley, T.J; Charman, D.J.; Roland, T.P.; Plunkett, G.; Schettler, G.; Gearey, B.R.; Turner, E.; Rea, H.A.; Roe, H.M.; Amesbury, M.J.; Chambers, F.M.; Holmes, J; Mitchell, F.J.G.; Blackford, J.; Blundell, A.; Branch, N.; Holmes, J.; Langdon, P. ; McCarroll, J.; McDermott, F.; Oksane, P.O.; Pritchard, O.; Stastney, P.; Stefanini, B.; Young, D.; Wheeler, J.;  Becker, K.; Armit, I. 2013. Centennial-scale climate change in Ireland during the Holocene. Earth science review 126, 300-320.
  • Becker, K. 2013. Transforming identities – New approaches to Bronze Age deposition in Ireland. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 79, 2013, 1–39.
  • Becker, K. 2013. The dating of Late Bronze Age Dowris metalwork – a pilot study. Journal of Irish Archaeology XXI, 7-15.
  • Armit, I., Swindles, G. and Becker, K. 2013 From dates to demography in later prehistoric Ireland? Experimental approaches to the meta-analysis of large 14 C data-sets. Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (1), 433-438. (doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2012.08.039)
  • Becker, K., Armit, I., Eogan, J. and Swindles, G. 2011 (2012). Later prehistoric radiocarbon dates from Ireland: an audit. Journal of Irish Archaeology. XX 19–26.
  • Becker, K. 2008. Iron Age ring-headed pins in Ireland and Britain and on the Continent. Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 38. 4, 513-520.
  • Cleary, R.M. 2008. Excavations of an early medieval settlement and other sites at Dromthacker, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 108C, 19-63.
  • Cleary, R. M.  2008  Excavation of medieval remains in Boherash townland, Glanworth, Co. Cork. Journal Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. 112, 87–126. 
  • Cleary, R. M.  2008. Burncourt Castle Excavations. North Munster Antiquarian Journal, 48 :63-105
  • Cleary, R. M. and McCutcheon 2010. ‘The pottery In E. Cotter Dun na Sead an early 17th century house at Baltimore, Co. Cork’. Journal Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 115 :49-54.
  • Cleary, R. M. and Hogan N.  2013  Recent Survey work at Lough Gur, Co. Limerick. North Munster Antiquarian Journal. 53, 79–98.
  • Cleary, R. M. and Hawkes, A. 2013. ‘The excavation of four fulachtaí fia and Iron Age pits at Ballyadam, Carrigtohill, Co. Cork’. Journal Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 118 :1-38.
  • E. J. Hopla and B. R. Gearey 2012. Mesolithic-Neolithic anthropogenic impacts on the upland environment of Bodmin Moor, south-west England: a re-investigation of the pollen record from Rough Tor south. Cornish Archaeology, 49, 253-264.
  • Swindles, G.T., Lawson, I.T., Matthews, I.P., Blaauw, M., Daley, T.J., Charman, D.J., Roland, T.P., Plunkett, G., Schettler, G., Gearey, B.R., Turner, T.E., Rea, H.A., Roe, H.M., Amesbury, M.J., Chambers, F.M., Holmes, J., Mitchell, F.J.G., Blackford, J., Blundell, A., Branch, N., Holmes, J., Langdon, P., McCarroll, J., McDermott, F., Oksanen, P.O., Pritchard, O., Stastney, O., Stefanini, B., Young, D., Wheeler, J., Becker, K., Armit, I. 2013. Centennial-scale climate change in Ireland during the Holocene. Earth Science Reviews.
  • M. Kincey, L. Batty, H. Chapman, B.R. Gearey, S. Ainsworth and K. Challis. 2013. Assessing the changing condition of industrial archaeological remains on Alston Moor, UK, using multi-sensor remote sensing. Journal of Archaeological Science. 45, 36–51.
  • B. R. Gearey, S. Fletcher, W. Fletcher, & S.C. Campbell 2011. From site to landscape: assessing the value of geoarchaeological data for understanding the archaeological record of Domuztepe, south-east Turkey. The American Journal of Archaeology, 115, 465-482.
  • K. Krawiec, B. R. Gearey, H. P. Chapman, M. Bamforth, E. Hopla & C. Griffiths 2011. Triple post alignments in the Waveney Valley, Suffolk: Excavations at Barsham Marshes. Journal of Wetland Archaeology, 10, 46-71.
  • B. R. Gearey, M. Bamforth, H. Chapman, W. Fletcher, T. Hill, A. Howard, K. Krawiec, P. Marshall, I. Tyers & E. Tetlow 2011. The Beccles Triple Post Alignment, Beccles Marshes, Suffolk: Excavation and Palaeoenvironmental Analyses of an Iron Age Wetland Site. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 77, 231- 250.
  • I. Boomer & B. R. Gearey 2010. The occurrence of a new species of Gomphocythere (Ostracoda, Limnoctheridae) in the Holocene of south-east Turkey: the northernmost record for the genus. Journal of Micropalaeontology, 29, 115-118.
  • M. Lobb, K. Krawiec, A. Howard, B. R. Gearey & H. Chapman 2010. A new approach to recording and monitoring wet-preserved archaeological wood using three dimensional laser scanning. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37, 2995-2999.
  • J. G. T. Wheeler, G. T. Swindles & B. R. Gearey 2010. Finding Bosworth Battlefield: A multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental investigation of lowland sediments from Dadlington, Leicestershire, England. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37, 1579-1589.
  • A. Howard, B. R. Gearey, W. Fletcher, T. Hill & P. Marshall 2009. Fluvial sediments, correlations and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction: the development of robust radiocarbon chronologies. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36, 2680-2688.
  • B. R. Gearey, P. Marshall & D. Hamilton 2009. Correlating Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental Records using a Bayesian Approach: A Case Study from Sutton Common, South Yorkshire, England. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36, 1477-1487.
  • B. R. Gearey 2008. Late-glacial vegetation change in East Yorkshire: A radiocarbon dated pollen diagram from Routh Quarry, Beverley. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 57, 2, 45-54.
  • O’Brien, W. 2010. ‘Knockatreenane and the prehistoric barrows of Cork’. Journal of the Cork Archaeological and Historical Society, 115: 31–62.
  • O’Brien, W. 2010. Copper axes, stone axes: production and exchange systems in the Chalcolithic of Britain and Ireland . In: Anreiter, Peter et al. (eds) Mining in European History, 255–260.
  • O’Brien, W. 2011. Prehistoric copper mining and metallurgical expertise in Ireland . In: Carla Maria Braz Martins, Ana Bettencourt, Jose Inacio Martins and Jorge Carvalho eds. Povoamento e Exploracao dos Recursos Mineiros Braga, Portugal, 337–357.
  • O’Brien, W. 2012. ‘Aspects of fulacht fiadh function and chronology in Cork’. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 117 :107–133.
  • O’Brien, W. 2013. Copper mining in later Bronze Age Ireland . In: Anreiter, Peter et al. (eds). Mining in European History, Proceedings of the 2012 HIMAT conference, University of Innsbruck.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2009. The architectural setting of the mass in early medieval Ireland Medieval Archaeology Vol. 53, 119-154.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2009. Cemetery settlements and local churches in pre-Viking Ireland in light of comparisons with England and Wales. In J. Graham-Campbell and M. Ryan (eds.) Irish/Anglo-Saxon Relations before the Vikings. Proceedings of the British Academy Vol. 157, 239-61.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2009. New light on early Insular Monasteries (Review Article) Antiquity Vol. 83 Number 322, 1182-86.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2011 ‘Archaeology of early medieval baptism: St Mullin’s, Co. Carlow’ Peritia 21 (2010; published 2011), 285-302.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2013 ‘The view from the shore: perceiving island monasteries in early medieval Ireland’ in Hortus Artium Medievalium. Journal of the International Research Center for Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Zagreb-Motovun Vol. 19, pp. 209-220.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘The archaeology of ecclesiastical estates in early medieval Ireland’ in Peritia 24-25 (2013-2014), pp. 266-312
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014. ‘Is there an archaeology of lay people at early Irish monasteries?’ Bulletin du centre d’études médiévales d’Auxerre. [BUCEMA URL: http://cem.revues.org] Hors-série No. 8, Au seuil du cloître: la présence des laïcs (hôtelleries, bâtiment d’accueil, activités artisanales et de services) entre le Ve et le XIIe siècle, Actes des journées d’études monastique, Vézelay, juin 2013.
  • Sikora, M., B. O’Donnabhain and N. Daly. 2011.  Preliminary report on a Viking warrior grave at War Memorial Park, Islandbridge.  Medieval Dublin XI, 170–184.
  • Knudson, K., B. O’Donnabhain, C. Carver, R. Cleland and T.D. Price.  2012. Migration and Viking Dublin: palaeomobility and palaeodiet though isotopic analysis.  Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(2), 308-320.  
  • Fernandes, D.M, A.M. Silva, R. Pinhasi and B. O’Donnabhain.  2013. Dental microevolution in Portuguese Neolithic and modern samples using an alternative morphometric analysis.  Anthropological Science, 121 (1), 25-30.
  • Pinhasi R., Shaw P, Eshed V. 2008 Changes in the masticatory apparatus following the transition to farming in the Levant. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135: 136-148
  • Spigelman, M. and Berger, L. and Pinhasi, R. and Donoghue, H.D. and Chaplin, S. 2008. 'John Hunter's post-mortem examination of George Grenville (1712-1770)' Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England 19 (10) :338-339.
  • Pinhasi R, Gasparian B, Wilkinson K, Bailey R, Bar-Oz, G., Bruch, A., Chataigner, C., Hoffmann, D., Hovsepyan, R., Nahapetyan S., Pike A.W.G., Schreve D., Stephens, M. 2008. 'The Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of Armenia: a preliminary chronological framework'. Journal of Human Evolution,
  • Spigelman, M. and Berger, L. and Pinhasi, R. and Donoghue, H.D. and Chaplin, S. 2008. 'John Hunter's post-mortem examination of George Grenville (1712-1770)' Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England 19 (10) :338-339.
  • Pinhasi R, and von Cramon-Taubadel N. 2009. 'Craniometric data supports demic diffusion model for the spread of agriculture into Europe'. PloS ONE, 26 .
  • Knapp M, Rohland N, Weinstock J, Baryshnikov G, Sher A, Nagel D, Rabeder G, Pinhasi R, Schmidt HA, Hofreiter M. 2009. 'First DNA sequences from Asian cave bear fossils reveal deep divergences and complex phylogeographic patterns'. Molecular Ecology, 18 (6):1225-1138.
  • ler M, Baryshnikov G, Bocherens H, Grandal d'Anglade A, Hilpert B, Münzel SC, Pinhasi R, Rabeder G, Rosendahl W, Trinkaus E, Hofreiter M, Knapp M. 2010. 'Withering away--25,000 years of genetic decline preceded cave bear extinction'. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 27 :975-978.
  • Rynne, C. 2008. ‘The Rolt Memorial lecture 2007. Technological change as a ‘colonial discourse’: The Society of Friends in 19th-century Ireland’, Industrial Archaeology Review 30: 1, 3-17.
  • Rynne, C. 2009. ‘Water-power as a factor of industrial location in early medieval Ireland: the environment of the early Irish water-mill’, Industrial Archaeology Review, XXXI: 2, 2009, 85-95.
  • Rynne, C. 2011. ‘Technological continuity, technological ‘survival’: the use of horizontal mills in western Ireland, c. 1632-1940’, Industrial Archaeology Review, XXXIII: 2, 94-103.
  • Sheehan, J. 2008.‘The Longphort in Viking-Age Ireland’. Acta Archaeologica, 79.1, 282-295,
  • Sheehan, J. (2009) ‘The Viking-age silver hoard from Kilmacomma, Co. Waterford: a Woodstown connection?’,  Peritia: Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland 20, 276-296.
  • Sheehan, J. and Graham-Campbell, J (2009) ‘Viking-age gold and silver from Irish crannogs and other watery places’, The Journal of Irish Archaeology , 17, 28-41.
  • Sheehan, J. 2013. ‘Deposition, discovery and dispersal: a Viking-age hoard from Castlelohort Demesne, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 118, 39-59.
  • Sheehan, J. 2014. ‘Personal ornaments in silver: Day’s collection of Viking-age silver’, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 119, 138-161.
Conference Proceedings and Book Chapters (refereed) (74)
  • Becker, K. 2013. Iron Age Tara in context. In: M. O’Sullivan, C. Scarre and M. Doyle (eds) Tara—from the past to the future. Towards a new research agenda. Wordwell books, Bray, 267 - 275.
  • Becker, K. 2012. The introduction of iron working to Ireland. In: Kern, A. and Koch, J. (eds) Technologieentwicklung und – transfer in der Eisenzeit. Tagungsbericht der AG Eisenzeit, Hallstatt 2009. Beiträge zur Ur-und Frühgeschichte Mitteleuropas, 173-180. Langenweissenbach.
  • Becker, K.  2012  Redefining the Irish Iron Age: In: Potterton, M. and Corlett C. (eds) Life and death in Iron Age Ireland. Wordwell books, Bray, 1-14.
  • Becker, K. 2012. The parallel La Tène. Kunst der vorrömischen Eisenzeit in Irland. In: Archäologisches Landesmuseum Baden-Württemberg / Landesmuseum Württemberg / Landesamt für Denkmalpflege im Regierungs-präsidium Stuttgart (eds), Die Welt der Kelten. Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ausstellungskatalog Stuttgart. Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Ostfildern 2012, 501-507.
  • Becker, K. 2011. The Irish Iron Age: Continuity, change and identity. In: Moore, T. and Armada, X. (eds). Atlantic Europe in the First Millennium BC. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 449-467.
  • Becker, K. 2010. Iron Age Ireland. Finding an invisible people. In: Cooney, G., Becker, K., Coles, J., Ryan, M. and Sievers, S. (eds). Relics of old decency. Archaeological studies in later prehistory. Festschrift for Barry Raftery. Wordwell Books, Bray. 353-362.
  • Becker, K. 2009. Medieval metal artefacts. In: M. McQuade, B. Molloy and C. Moriarty (eds). In the shadows of the Galtees. Archaeological excavations along the N8 Cashel to Mitchelstown Road Scheme. National Roads Authority Monographs 4, National Roads Authority, Dublin. 343-344.
  • Becker, K. 2009. Metal working moulds In: M. McQuade, B. Molloy and C. Moriarty (eds). In the shadows of the Galtees. Archaeological excavations along the N8 Cashel to Mitchelstown Road Scheme. National Roads Authority Monographs 4, National Roads Authority, Dublin. 336-387.
  • Becker, K. 2009. But I still haven't found what I am looking for. New Agendas in Irish Iron Age research. In: Karl, R. and Leskovar, J. (eds) Interpretierte Eisenzeiten. Fallstudien, Methoden, Theorie. Tagungsbeiträge der 3. Linzer Gespräche zur interpretativen Eisenzeitarchäologie. 163-176.
  • Cleary, R.M. 2008. ‘The pottery from Site A’. The Ballyhoura Hills Project.2008. 259-314. Discovery Programme Monograph 7. Dublin
  • Cleary, R,M. 2010. ‘The Pottery’ In: R. Cleary (eds). Of Troughs and Tuyeres. Dublin: National Roads Authority. Appendix A.
  • Cleary, R.M. 2012. ‘The Western Stone Forts Project Excavations at Dun Aonghusa and Dun Eoghanachta Vol. 2 A Discovery Programme Monograph’ In: Pottery. Dublin: Wordwell.  8–26.
  • Cleary, R.M. 2012 ‘Analysis of fabric used in the production of the clay moulds and crucibles’ In: The Western Stone Forts Project Excavations at Dun Aonghusa and Dun Eoghanachta. Dublin: Wordwell. , 45–46
  • Cleary, R.M. 2014  36–39 South Main Street. In M. F. Hurley and C. Brett (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003-2005. Cork, Cork City Council. 263–341.
  • Bakker, Marcel and Meekes, Sjef and Heteren van, Sytze and Maljers, Denise and Paap, Bob and Fitch, Simon and Gaffney, Vincent and Gearey, B. 2012. Towards a three-dimensional geological model of the North Sea subsurface. In: NCK-days 2012: Crossing borders in coastal research., 13 March 2012 – 16 March 2012, Enschede, the Netherlands.
  • Chapman, H.  & B. Gearey 2013. Iconoclasm in European prehistory? Breaking objects and landscapes. In S. Boldrick, L. Brubaker and R. Clay (eds) Striking Images, Iconoclasms past, present and future. USA: Ashgate
  • A. Overland, M. O’Connell and W.O’Brien 2009. ‘Beara, south-west Ireland: a liminal cultural landscape’ In: K. Krzywinski, M. O’Connell and H. Kuster (eds). Cultural Landscapes of Europe. Bremen: Aschenbeck Media for EU
  • O’Brien, W; (2009) ‘Hidden Celtic Ireland: indigenous Iron Age settlement in the southwestern peninsulas’ In: Cooney, G (eds). Relics of Old Decency. Archaeological Studies in Later Prehistory. Dublin: Wordwell.
  • T. Mighall, S. Timberlake, F. Chambers and W. O’Brien 2012. ‘Characterising vegetation changes in former mining and metalworking areas during prehistoric and Roman times’ In: Costanza Cucini (eds). Acta Mineraria et Metallurgica. Bergamo, Italy: Notizie Archeologiche Bergomensi
  • O’Brien, W. 2012. ‘Stone circle or proto-Cashel? An Iron Age enclosure in south-west Ireland’ In: Corlett, C. and Potterton, M (eds). Life and Death in Iron Age Ireland. Dublin: Wordwell.
  • O’Brien, W. 2012. The Chalcolithic in Ireland: a chronological and cultural framework . In: Allen, Michael J; Gardiner, Julie; Sheridan, Alison; McOmish, David eds. The British Chalcolithic: Place and Polity in the later 3rd Millennium BC Oxbow, , pp.211-225.
  • O’Brien, W. 2013. Late prehistoric settlement in mid and north Cork. In Hanley, K. (ed.) Generations: Recent Road Archaeology Projects in Co. Cork,  volume 1. National Roads Authority, 178–199.
  • O’Brien, W. 2013. ‘Bronze Age copper mining in Europe’ In: Harding, A and Fokkens, H (eds). The Oxford Handbook of the European Bronze Age. Oxford University Press, 437–453.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2009. ‘The saint and the Sacred Centre: interpreting the ecclesiastical landscape of Inishmurray, Co. Sligo’ in N. Edwards (ed.) The Archaeology of the Celtic Churches. The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph No. 21 (Maney Publishing, Leeds), 207-226.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2009. ‘Iveragh’s mountain pilgrimages’ in J. Crowley and J. Sheehan (eds.) The Iveragh Peninsula. A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry (Cork University Press), 65-68.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2010. ‘Rebuilding the ‘City of Angels’: Muirchertach Ua Briain and Glendalough, c.1096-1111’, in J. Sheehan and D. Ó Corráin (eds) The Viking Age: Ireland and the West. Papers from the Proceedings of the XV Viking Congress, Cork, August 2005 (Four Courts, Dublin), 258-270.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2010. ‘From family cemeteries to community cemeteries in Viking Age Ireland?’ in C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds.) Death and Burial in Early Medieval Ireland in the Light of Recent Excavations (Wordwell, Bray), 217-226.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2011. ‘Patterns of patronage: churches, round towers and the Dál Cais Kings of Munster (c.950-1050)’ in R. Stalley (ed.) Limerick and Southwest Ireland: Medieval Art and Architecture. The British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions  Vol. 34 (Maney Publishing, Leeds), 23-35.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. and É. Ó Carragáin. 2011. ‘Singing in the rain on Hinba? Archaeology and liturgical fictions, ancient and modern: Adomnán, Vita Columbae III.17’ in E. Mullins and D. Scully (eds). Listen, O Isles, unto me: Studies in Medieval Word and Image in Honour of Jennifer O’Reilly (Cork University Press, Cork), 204-218.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2011. ‘Cross-inscribed stones from Tateetra, Co. Louth’ in C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds.) Settlement in Early Medieval Ireland (Wordwell, Bray), 69-72.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2011. ‘Recluses, relics and corpses: interpreting St Kevin’s House’ in C. Doherty, L. Doran and M. Kelly (eds.) Glendalough: City of God (Four Courts, Dublin), 64-79.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘Church Architecture, c.400-1200’ in R. Moss ed. Art and Architecture of Ireland. Vol. 1 Medieval Art and Architecture, c.400-1600 (Yale University Press), 137-9
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘Ecclesiastical sites, 400-1200’ in R. Moss ed. Art and Architecture of Ireland. Vol. 1 Medieval Art and Architecture, c.400-1600 (Yale University Press), 121-4
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘Shrine chapels’ in R. Moss ed. Art and Architecture of Ireland. Vol. 1 Medieval Art and Architecture, c.400-1600 (Yale University Press), 141
  • O’Donnabhain, B. 2010.  Culture clashes?  The human remains from the Wood Quay excavations.  In The Viking Age: Ireland and the West edited by J. Sheehan and D. Ó Corráin.  Dublin, Four Courts Press, pp 271-282.
  • O’Donnabhain, B.  2010. The Human Remains from Tintern Abbey.  In Lynch, A. Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford: Cistercians and Colcloughs, Excavations 1982-2007, Archaeological Monograph Series: 5. Dublin, Government Publications Office, pp 105-125.  
  • O’Donnabhain, B. 2011. The social lives of severed heads: skull collection and display in medieval and early modern Ireland.  In The Bioarchaeology of the Human Head: decapitation, decoration and deformation edited by M. Bonogofsky.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp 122-138.
  • O’Donnabhain, B. and B. Hallgrímsson.  2013. Immigrant and indigenous: colonial encounters in Early Historic Ireland.  In Lozada, M.C. and B. O’Donnabhain.  The Dead Tell Tales: essays in honor of Jane E. Buikstra.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles, pp 162-171.
  • Lozada, M.C and B. O’Donnabhain.  2013. Introduction.  In Lozada, M.C. and B. O’Donnabhain.  The Dead Tell Tales: essays in honor of Jane E. Buikstra.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles, pp ix-xiv.
  • O’Donnabhain, B.  in Cotter, C 2013. The Western Stone Forts Project: excavations at Dún Aonghasa and Dún Eoghanachta.  Wordwell, Dublin, pp 189-196.
  • O’Donnabhain, B. and M.C. Lozada. 2014. To be or not to be: global approaches to ancient human remains. In Archaeological Human Remains: Global Perspectives.  O’Donnabhain, B. and M.C. Lozada (eds). New York: Springer, pp 1-12.
  • O’Donnabhain, B. and E. Murphy. 2014. The development of the contextualised analysis of human remains in Ireland. In Archaeological Human Remains: Global Perspectives.  O’Donnabhain, B. and M.C. Lozada (eds). New York: Springer, pp 139-154.
  • O’Donnabhain, B and M. Tesorieri.  Bioarchaeology.  In Lynch, A. Poulnabrone: An Early Neolithic Portal Tomb in Ireland, pp 61-86.  Dublin: Government Publications.
  • Pinhasi R and Turner K. 2008. Epidemiological approaches in palaeopathology: practical, methodological and theoretical aspects. In Advances in Palaeopathological: Methodological and Biocultural Perspectives, Pinhasi R, Mays S (editors). New York: Wiley-Liss, pp 45-56.
  • Pinhasi R. and Bourbou C. 2008. How representative are human skeletal assemblages for population analysis and interpretation? Implications for palaeopathological and palaeoepidemiological investigations. In Advances in Palaeopathological: Methodological and Biocultural Perspectives, Pinhasi R, Mays S (editors). New York: Wiley-Liss, pp. 31-44.
  • Pinhasi R. 2008. The study of growth in past archaeological populations. In Advances in Palaeopathological: Methodological and Biocultural Perspectives, Pinhasi R, Mays S (editors). New York: Wiley-Liss, pp. 363-380.
  • Rynne, C. 2009. ‘Connecting south Kerry’ in John Crowley and John Sheehan (eds) The Iveragh peninsula. A cultural atlas of south Kerry. Cork University Press, 247-53.
  • Rynne, C. 2009. ‘The social archaeology of plantation period ironworks in Ireland: immigrant industrial communities and technology transfer, c. 1560-1640’ in C. Rynne and James Lyttleton (eds) Plantation Ireland, settlement and material culture, c.1550 – c.1700. Four Courts Press, Dublin, 248-64.
  • Rynne, C. and James Lyttleton 2009. ‘Introduction: new approaches to plantation-period Ireland’, in Plantation Ireland, settlement and material culture, c.1550 – c.1700. Four Courts Press, Dublin, 17-22.
  • Rynne, C. 2009. ‘Haulbowline Island, Cork Harbour, Ireland, c. 1816-1832: a new archaeological perspective on Ireland’s “coloniality”’ in Audrey Horning and Marilyn Palmer (eds) Crossing paths or sharing tracks? Future directions in the archaeological study of post-1550 Britain and Ireland, Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, 167-77.
  • Rynne, C. 2010. ‘Cork city glassworks, 1782-1841’ in J. M. Hearne (ed) Glassmaking in Ireland. From the medieval to the contemporary. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 2010, 135-44.
  • Rynne, C. 2013 'Overview of the second millenium AD (later and post-medieval)' In: Generations: The archaeology of five national road schemes in county Cork. Vol. 2. Dublin: National Roads Authority.
  • Rynne, C. 2014 'Dairying and buttermaking in Ireland from the earliest times to c. AD 1700' In: Butter in Ireland from the earliest times to the 21st century. Cork: Cork Butter  Museum, 13-28.
  • Rynne, C. 2014 'The development of churning methods from the earliest times to the present day' In: Butter in Ireland from the earliest times to the 21st century. Cork: The Cork Butter Museum, 211-227.
  • Sheehan, J. 2009. A Peacock’s Tale: Excavations at Caherlehillan, Co. Kerry, Ireland. In: N. Edwards (ed.), The Archaeology of the Celtic Churches (The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 21), Leeds, pp. 191-206.
  • Sheehan, J. and Crowley, J. 2009. ‘The physical landscape of the Iveragh peninsula’ In: Crowley, J. and Sheehan, J (eds). The Iveragh Peninsula: A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry . Cork: Cork University Press, pp. 25-32.
  • Sheehan, J. and MacCotter, P. 2009. ‘Medieval Iveragh: kingdoms and dynasties’ In: Crowley, J. and Sheehan, J (eds). The Iveragh Peninsula: A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry. Cork: Cork University Press, pp. 148-159.
  • Sheehan, J. and O’Shea, M. 2009. ‘Miss Butler’s Iveragh watercolours’ In: Crowley, J. and Sheehan, J (eds). The Iveragh Peninsula: A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry, Cork: Cork University Press, pp. 109-112. 
  • Sheehan, J. 2009. ‘Early Medieval Iveragh, AD 400-1200’ In: Crowley, J. and Sheehan, J (eds). The Iveragh Peninsula: A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry. Cork: Cork University Press, pp. 113-121. 
  • Sheehan, J. 2009. ‘The Huxley hoard and Hiberno-Scandinavian arm-rings’ In: Graham-Campbell, J. and Philpott, R (eds). The Huxley Viking Hoard: Scandinavian settlement in the north-west. Liverpool: National Museums Liverpool, pp. 58-69. 
  • Sheehan, J. and Graham-Campbell, J. 2009. ‘Catalogue of the Huxley hoard’ In: Graham-Campbell, J and Philpott, R (eds). The Huxley Viking Hoard: Scandinavian settlement in the north-west . Liverpool: National Museums Liverpool, pp. 51-57.
  • Sheehan, J. 2010. ‘Kerry’s Viking-age silver: a legacy of antiquarians, collectors and dealers’, pp 19-31 in G. Murray (ed), Medieval Treasures of Kerry, Tralee, pp. 19-31.
  • Sheehan, J. 2010. ‘Colonel Sempronious Stretton and the reprovenancing of a Viking-age hoard’ In: Sheehan, J. and O Corráin, D (eds). The Viking Age: Ireland and the West. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Viking Congress, Cork, 18-27 August 2005, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 380-389.
  • Sheehan, J. 2011. ‘Hiberno-Scandinavian broad-band arm-rings’, in J. Graham-Campbell, The Cuerdale hoard and related Viking-age silver and gold, from Britain and Ireland, in the British Museum, British Museum, London, pp. 94-100.
  • Sheehan, J. 2011. ‘Bullion rings’,  in J. Graham-Campbell, The Cuerdale hoard and related Viking-age silver and gold, from Britain and Ireland, in the British Museum, British Museum, London, pp. 87-88.
  • Sheehan, J. 2012. ‘The crux of the matter: slabs, pillars and boulders’, in M. Connolly (ed), The Unquiet Grave, Tralee, pp. 78-125.
  • Sheehan, J. 2012. ‘A Great Famine discovery of Viking gold’, in J. Crowley et al (eds), Atlas of the Great Irish Famine, Cork, Cork University Press, pp. 630-631.
  • Sheehan, J. 2012. ‘Bullion rings in Viking-age Britain and Ireland’,  in S. Sigmundsson (ed), Viking Settlements and Viking Society: papers from the proceedings of the Sixteenth Viking Congress, Iceland, 2009, Reykjavik: University of Iceland Press, pp. 393-406.
  • Sheehan, J. & E. Purcell 2013. ‘Viking Dublin: enmities, alliances and the cold gleam of silver’,  in Hadley, D. and Ten Harkle, L. (eds), Social Approaches to Viking Age Towns in Ireland and England c. 850-1100, Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 35-60.
  • Sheehan, J. 2013. ‘Viking raiding, gift-exchange and insular metalwork in Norway’, in A. Reynolds & L. Webster (eds), Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World: studies in honour of James Graham-Campbell, Brill, Leiden, pp. 809-823.
  • Sheehan, J. 2014. ‘Caherlehillan: art and architecture’, in R. Moss (ed), The Art and Architecture of Ireland, vol. 1. The Medieval Period c.400-1600, Dublin, New Haven and London, pp.  132-133.
  • Sheehan, J. 2014. ‘The Woodstown silver, in context’, in M. Hurley and I. Russell (eds), Woodstown: A Scandinavian Settlement in Co. Waterford, Dublin, pp. 194-222.
  • Sheehan, J. 2014. ‘Caherlehillan: ritual, domestic and economic aspects of a Corcu Duibne ecclesiastical site’, in C. Corlett and M. Potterton (eds), The Church in Early Ireland, Dublin, pp. 247-258.
  • Sheehan (nee Maher), D. 2012. Signatures in Stone: Masons’ Marks at Killagh Priory, in M.Connolly (ed.), The Unquiet Grave, Tralee, pp. 126-144.
Other Publications (non-refereed) (33)
  • Becker, K. (2014) Token explanations - Rathgall and the interpretation of cremation eposits in later prehistoric Ireland'. Archaeology Ireland, 28 (1.107):13-15.
  • Becker, K. 2012. Several entries. In: S. Sievers, O.H. Urban, P. Ramsl (eds) Lexikon der keltischen Archäologie. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien 2012.
  • Becker, K. 2010. Rathgall, Co. Wicklow. OPW Heritage guide no. 51.
  • Becker, K. Armit, K., Swindles, G. 2010. From data to knowledge – the new Irish Iron Age. Archaeology Ireland. 24.3, 13.
  • Becker, K. 2008. Left but not lost. Archaeology Ireland 22.1, 12–15.
  • Marshall, P. & B. R. Gearey 2009. Bayesian chronologies: yet another radiocarbon revolution? The Archaeologist, 71, 18-19
  • Chapman, H.P.  & B. R. Gearey 2009. Understanding hidden landscapes. The Archaeologist, 71, 20-21
  • Chapman, H.P. & B. R. Gearey 2008. The Hatfield Trackway and Platform, Hatfield Moors, South Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Society: Prehistory Research Section Bulletin, 45, 43-49.
  • O’Brien, W. and Hogan, N.  2012 ‘Derrycarhoon: a Bronze Age copper mine in West Cork’ Archaeology Ireland 26(1) (99): 12–15.
  • O’Brien, W. 2014. Clashanimud hillfort and Bronze Age warfare in Cork. Skibbereen and District Historical Society Journal 10, 12–14.
  • Ó Carragáin, T., McCotter, P, and J. Sheehan, 2011. ‘Making Christian Landscapes in Corca Duibne’, Journal of the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement 15, 1-5.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2010. Review of M. Meredith-Lobay, A Contextual Landscape Study of the Early Christian Churches of Argyll, The Persistence of Memory, British Archaeological Reports British Series 488.In Medieval Archaeology 54, 491-2.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2010. Review of J.F. Potter, Patterns in Stonework: The Early Church in Britain and Ireland, An Introduction to Ecclesiastical Geology, British Archaeological Reports British Series 496. In Medieval Archaeology 54, 469-70.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2013. Review of David, H. Jenkins, Holy, Holier, Holiest: The Sacred Topography of the Early Medieval Irish Church, Studia Traditionis Theologiae: Explorations in Early and Medieval Theology 4. Tourhout: Brepols 2010. In Peritia 23 (2012; published 2013), 412-416.
  • Vitali, T, Gleeson, P. and Ó Carragáin, T. 2013 ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland – Fieldwork Highlights in 2012’ Medieval Archaeology 57, 262-314.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2013 ‘A cross-carved landscape: the impact of Christianity’, in M. Jebb and C. Crowley (eds.) Secrets of the Irish Landscape. Cork: Cork University Press, 139-146.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘Brian Boru and Tuamgraney church’ History Ireland 22.2, 21.
  • Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘Foreword’ In: Potterton, M. and Corlett C. (eds) The Church in Early Medieval Ireland in the Light of Recent Excavations Wordwell: Bray, pp. iv-viii.
  • Vitali, T, Gleeson, P. and Ó Carragáin, T. 2014 ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland – Fieldwork Highlights in 2013’ Medieval Archaeology 58, 362-388.
  • Ó Donnabháin, B. 2009. Human Remains.  In The History and Archaeology of Glanworth Castle, Co. Cork: Excavations 1982-4 by C. Manning.  Government Publications Office, Dublin, p.116.
  • Murphy, E., B. Ó Donnabháin, H. Welsh and C. McGranaghan.  2010. INSTAR – The people of prehistoric Ireland, Phase 1.  Archaeology Ireland, 24 (1), 23-25.
  • Ó Donnabháin, B. 2010.  The cremation burial from Knockatreenane barrow, Co Cork.  In W. O’Brien, Knockatreenane and the prehistoric barrows of County Cork.  Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 115, 162-164.
  • Ó Donnabháin, B. 2010 Aghmanister and Spital, Co Cork.  Excavations 2009, Wordwell, Bray. 
  • Ó Donnabháin, B. 2011. Various contributions in Cahill, M. and M. Sikora (eds). Breaking Ground, Finding Graves: reports on the excavations of burials by the National Museum of Ireland 1927-2006.  National Museum of Ireland, Dublin.  
  • Ó Donnabháin, B.. Aghmanister and Spital, Co Cork.  Excavations 2010, Wordwell, Bray. 
  • O’Donnabhain, B.  2012. Dún Aonghasa: Human Remains, skeletal inventories, in C. Cotter The Western Stone Forts Project, Excavations at Dún Aonghasa and Dún Eoghanachta, Vol. 3. Appendix 3, York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor].
  • Ó Donnabháin, B. 2012. Aghmanister and Spital, Co Cork.  Excavations 2011, Wordwell, Bray. 
  • Rynne, C. 2011 Review of Andy Bielenberg Ireland and the industrial revolution. The impact of the industrial revolution in Ireland, 1801-1922. Routledge, 2009. Industrial Archaeology Review: 33, 2, 144-5.
  • Rynne, C. 2011 Review of Diane Hodnett, The metal mines of West Cork. Penryn, 2010, Industrial Archaeology Review: 33, 2, 150.
  • Rynne, C. 2012 Review of Marilyn Palmer, Michael Nevell and Mark Sissons Industrial archaeology: a handbook. York, 2012, Industrial Archaeology Review, 34: 2, 137-8.
  • Rynne, C. 2013 Ireland's Civil Engineering Heritage. Cork, Industrial Archaeology Review, 34: 2, 155-156.
  • Rynne, C.  2014 Review of Jane Fenlon (ed) Clanricard's Castle. Portumna House, Co. Galway, Jnl Royal Society Antiquaries Ireland, 141 (2011), 247-249.
  • Sheehan, J. 2010. ‘The character and cultural context of the Inis Cáthaig/Scattery Island hoard’, The Other Clare 34, 23-28.
  • Sheehan, J. 2013. ‘Fragmente von steinplatted mit kreuzen, Keramikscherben spatromische amphore, in C. Stiegemann, M. Kroker and W. Waler (eds), Credo: Christianisierung Europas im Mittelalter, Petersberg, pp. 218-220.
Books
  • Lyttleton, J. 2013. The Jacobean Plantations in seventeenth-century Offaly: an archaeology of a changing world. Four Courts Press. Dublin.
  • Brady, K., McKeon, C., Lyttleton, J. & Lawlor, I. 2012. Warships, U-boats & Liners: a guide to shipwrecks mapped in Irish waters. The Stationary Office. Dublin.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2011. Blarney Castle, an Irish tower house. Four Courts Press. Dublin.
  • Murray, G. 2014. The Cross of Cong: a Masterpiece of Medieval Irish Art (Irish Academic Press/National Museum of Ireland, Dublin).
  • Turk, E. (primary author) 2013 Heritage Bridges of Cork, Cork County Council, Cork
Research Articles
  • Boazman, G. 2008 ‘Cork and Cornwall: Settlement Patterns and Social Organisation during the Establishment of Christianity, AD 450-800’ Journal of Irish Archaeology 17, 113-36. Brewster, C., Meiklejohn, C., Cramon-Taubadel, von, N., and Pinhasi, R. (2014). Craniometric analysis of European Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic samples supports discontinuity at the Last Glacial Maximum. Nature Communications 5, 1–10.
  • Brewster, C., Meiklejohn, C., Pinhasi, R., in press for 2015. An assessment of cranial variation across subdivisions of the Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic. Proceedings from Where the Wild Things Are Conference, Durham (March, 2012). 
  • Cabo, L.L., Brewster, C.P., Luengo Azpiazu, J. (2012). Sexual Dimorphism: Interpreting Sex Markers. In: A Companion to Forensic Anthropology, Dirkmaat, D.C. (Ed.), Malden, MA, Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Brewster, C. (2010). An assessment of cranial variation in the European Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic using geometric morphometrics. Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of Junior Scientists in Anthropology, Freiburg, Germany, 75–83.
  • Carty, N. 2013. Evidence for Cranial Trauma and Treatment in Medieval Kildare. Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, 10, 46 - 76.Carty, N. & Gleeson, P. 2013. Kingship, Violence and Loch Da Gabhor: Royal Landscapes and the Production of Authority in Early Medieval Brega. Ríocht na Midhe, 24, 29 - 72.
  • Carty, N. & Tesorieri, M. 2014. Appendix 9.2: Human Bone. In: Hurley, M. F. & Brett, C. (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street, 2003 - 2005 Cork: Cork City Council.
  • Carty, N. and Gleeson, P. 2013, ‘Kingship, Violence and Loch Dá Gabor: royal landscapes and the production of authority in early medieval Brega’, Ríocht na Midhe, 24, 29–72.
  • Collins, T. 2010 Missing the Boat… Archaeology Ireland, 24, 4, 9-11.
  • Collins, T. 2013 Nunneries in Ireland in the Middle Ages: an archaeological overview, The Kerry Magazine, 23, 11-12.
  • Collins, T. 2014 Timolin: a case study of a nunnery estate in medieval Ireland, Anuarios de Estudios Medievales, 4, 1, 51-80.
  • Collins, T. 2014 An Archaeological Perspective on female Monasticism in the Middle Ages in Ireland in Burton J. and Stober, K. (eds) Women in the Medieval Monastic World (MCS 33). Turnout: Brepols.
  • Daly, N. 2013 Written in Bone: isotopic research in bioarchaeology. National Roads Authority Monograph (proceedings from the National Archaeological Seminar 2012: Futures and Pasts: archaeological science on Irish road schemes) p. 63-75.
  • Dempsey, C. 2013, An analysis of stone axe petrography and production at Lough Gfur, Co. Limerick. The Journal of Irish Archaeology 22, 23–50
  • Geaney, M. 2013  A review of the waterfront developments at 40–48 South Main Street.In: Hurley, M. F. & Brett, C. (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street, 2003 - 2005 Cork: Cork City Council. 534–543. 
  • Gleeson, P. 2013, ‘Kingship and architecture in 11th and 12th century Cashel’, Journal of Church Archaeology, 15, 1–16.
  • Gleeson, P. 2012, ‘Constructing kingship in early medieval Ireland: power, place and ideology’, Medieval Archaeology, 56, 1–33.
  • Gleeson, P. 2010, ‘Statecraft and Witchcraft: constructing early Irish kingship’, Imbas, 1, 1–26.
  • Gleeson, P. and Carty, N. 2013, ‘Kingship, Violence and Loch Dá Gabor: royal landscapes and the production of authority in early medieval Brega’, Ríocht na Midhe, 24, 29–72.
  • Gleeson, P. 2009, ‘Constructing Kingship in Early Ireland’, Journal of Medieval Settlement Research Group, 24, 78–83 (MSRG Hurst Prize summary article)
  • Gleeson, P. 2013, ‘Kingship and architecture in 11th and 12th century Cashel’, Journal of Church Archaeology, 15, 1–16.
  • Gleeson, P. 2012, ‘Constructing kingship in early medieval Ireland: power, place and ideology’, Medieval Archaeology, 56, 1–33.
  • Gleeson, P. 2010, ‘Statecraft and Witchcraft: constructing early Irish kingship’, Imbas, 1, 1–26.
  • Hawkes, A. 2014. The beginnings and evolution of the fulacht fia tradition in early prehistoric Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 114C, 89−139.
  • Hawkes, A. 2012. Medieval fulachtaí fia in Ireland? An archaeological assessment. The Journal of Irish Archaeology 20, 77−100.
  • Hawkes, A and O’Driscoll, J. 2011-12. A fulacht fiadh reconstruction at Rathbarry, Co. Cork. The Ardfield/Rathabarry Journal  6,  96−99.
  • Looney, P. 2014  Nails and rivets. In M. F. Hurley and C. Brett (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003–2005. Cork, Cork City Council 384–387.
  • Lyons, S. 2014  Wood use, management and local woodland. In M. F. Hurley and C. Brett (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003–2005. Cork, Cork City Council 448–470.
  • Lyons, S. 2014  Wood identification. In M. F. Hurley and C. Brett (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003–2005. Cork, Cork City Council 544–548.
  • Lynch, L.G. 2008. ‘Human Skeletal Remains from excavation in 2000’ in J. O’Sullivan and T. Ó Carragáin Inishmurray. Monks and Pilgrims in an Atlantic Landscape’, 280-5. The Collins Press: Cork.
  • Lynch, L. 2009. ‘Osteological Report’, in F. Delaney ‘Archaeological Excavation Report E2444 – Mackney, Co. Galway’, Eachtra Journal 2, 172-364.
  • Lynch, L., P. Johnston & J. Kiely. 2010. ‘Cremains and Questions: Bronze Age Burial at Derrybane 2’, Seanda 5, 18-21.
  • Lynch, L. G. & E. Reilly. 2011. ‘Early Medieval Burials and Insect Remains from Kildimo, Co. Limerick’, Journal of Irish Archaeology 20, 65-76
  • Lynch, L. G. 2011. ‘The Human Remains’, in E. Bourke, A. R. Hayden, & A. Lynch (eds), Skellig Michael, Co. Kerry: The Monastery and South Peak. Archaeological Stratigraphic Report: Excavations 1986-2010, 373-390. Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Dublin.
  • Lynch, L. G. 2012. ‘Osteoarchaeological Report’, in F. Delaney ‘Archaeological Excavation Report 10E0117 – Sawpit Lane, Tuam, Co. Galway. Early Medieval Graveyard and Enclosure’, Eachtra Journal 16, 32-77.
  • Lynch, L. 2013. ‘Cremated Human Remains from Newtown A/E’, in N. Bermingham ‘Prehistoric Life and Death’, 45, in N. Bermingham, F. Coyne, G. Hull, F. Reilly & K. Taylor (eds), River Road. The Archaeology of the Limerick Southern Ring Road, NRA Scheme Monographs 14. National Roads Authority: Dublin.
  • Lynch, L. G. 2014. ‘Osteoarchaeological Report’, in F. Delaney, J. Kiely, & L. Lynch ‘Archaeological Excavation Report 10E0117 – Toberjarlath, Tuam, Co. Galway. Nineteenth Century Burials’, Eachtra Journal 17, 40-141.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2013  ‘The Lords Baltimore in Ireland’ in Peter E. Pope with Shannon Lewis-Simpson (eds), Exploring Atlantic transitions: archaeologies of transience and permanence in new found lands, Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series No. 7. Boydell and Brewer. Woodbridge, UK.
  • Lyttleton, J. and Mills, S. 2013. ‘Post-excavation analysis of artefacts: Fort Louis / New Fort site (ChAl-9), Placentia’ in Steve Hull (ed.), Provincial Archaeology Office 2012 Archaeology Review, volume 11, 85-92. PAO, St. John’s, Canada. 
  • Lyttleton, J 2012., The Lords Baltimore in Ireland and North America: a study of the Calvert settlements in the Atlantic world. In Áitreabh, Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement Newsletter 16, 1-4.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2012, ‘Castlequarter, Clohamon, Co. Wexford, post-medieval’ in I. Bennett (ed.) Excavations 2009, summary accounts of archaeological excavations in Ireland, 219-20. Wordwell. Dublin.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2012, ‘Natives and newcomers: plantation-era archaeology on Irish road schemes’ in B. Kelly, N. Roycroft and M. Stanley (eds), Encounters between peoples. Archaeology and the National Roads Authority Monograph Series No. 9, 77-92. National Roads Authority. Dublin.
  • Miller, A.F., Krugler, J.D., Gaulton, B.C. and Lyttleton J.I. 2011. “Over shoes Over Boots”, Lord Baltimore’s final days in Ferryland, Newfoundland’, Journal of Early American History 1 (2), 167-82.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2011. ‘European understanding of America’ in K. O. Kupperman (ed.) American Centuries: the ideas, issues, and values that shaped US history, vol. 1: 16th century, 71-8. Facts on File Inc. New York.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2010. ‘Rathcline Castle, an archaeology of plantation in County Longford’ in M. Morris and F. O’Ferrall (eds), Longford, history and society, interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county, 135-59. Geography Publications. Dublin.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2010. ‘Molana Abbey and its New World master’, Archaeology Ireland 24 (4), 32- 5.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2009. ‘Faith of our Fathers: the Gaelic aristocracy in Co. Offaly and the Counter-Reformation’ in Lyttleton and Rynne (eds), Plantation Ireland, 182-206. Four Courts Press. Dublin.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2009. ‘Acculturation in the Irish midland plantations of the seventeenth century: an archaeological perspective’ in A. Horning and N. Brannon (eds), Ireland and Britain in the Atlantic World, 31-52. Wordwell. Dublin.
  • Lyttleton, J. 2008. ‘Anglican church architecture in seventeenth-century Offaly’. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 138, 78-102.
  • Murray, G. 2014. ‘Irish Church Metalwork of the Romanesque period from the Day collection.’ Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 119, 111-23.
  • Murray, G. 2014. ‘The establishment of Tuam as an archdiocesan capital in the twelfth century’ in A. Tierney (ed.) Glimpses of Tuam through the centuries: proceedings of a seminar 28th September 2013 (Old Tuam Society, Tuam), 13-23.
  • Murray, G. 2013. ‘The Makers of Church metalwork in Early Medieval Ireland: Their Status and Identity,’ in J. Hawkes (ed.) Making Histories: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Insular Art (Shaun Tyas, Donnington), 162-73.
  • Murray, G. 2013. ‘Irish Crucifixion Plaques: a reassessment’ in J. Mullins, J. Ní Ghrádaigh & R. Hawtree (eds.). Envisioning Christ on the Cross in Ireland and the Early Medieval West (Four Courts Press), 286-317.
  • Murray, G. 2012. ‘The Cross of Cong’ in C. Hourihane (ed.) The Grove Encyclopaedia of Medieval Art, vol. 2 (Oxford University Press, Oxford), 225-6.
  • Murray, G. 2012. ‘The Provenance of an Irish crucifixion plaque’ Archaeology Ireland 26:4, 31-2.
  • Murray, G. 2012. ‘Bells and Croziers from County Kerry’ Kerry Magazine 22, 38-40.
  • Murray, G. 2012. ‘Early Medieval Fine-Metalwork from Knowth’ in G. Eogan Excavations at Knowth: the medieval phase (Royal Irish Academy, Dublin), 533-50.
  • Murray, G. 2012. ‘The Crozier of the O’Brady’s’ Breifne 47, 420-40.
  • Murray, G. 2011. ‘Curator’s choice: zoomorphic penannular brooch’ Irish Arts Review 28:3, 142.
  • Murray, G. and Ní Mhurchú, C.  2011. ‘The Edward Roe Collection’ The Kerry Magazine 21, 33-4.
  • Murray, G. 2011. ‘Risen from the Ashes: Early Christian Brooch Discovered near Ballylongford, County Kerry’ The Kerry Magazine 21, 44.
  • Murray, G. 2010. ‘Altars in Ireland, 1050-1200: A Survey,’ Journal of Irish Archaeology 19, 101-112.
  • Murray, G. 2010. ‘A zoomorphic penannular brooch from near Ballylongford, Co. Kerry.’ North Munster Antiquarian Journal 50, 1-13.
  • Murray, G. 2010. ‘The Aghadoe and River Laune croziers’ in G. Murray (ed.), The Medieval Treasures of County Kerry (Kerry County Museum, Tralee), 45-60.
  • Murray, G. 2009. ‘An ancient paddle from near Knocknagashel’ Journal of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society 9, 32-35.
  • Murray, G. 2008. ‘The provenance of the county Antrim crozier’ Ulster Journal of Archaeology 67, 112-117.
  • O’Sullivan, J. 2014  Glass and amber beads. In M. F. Hurley and C. Brett (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003–2005. Cork, Cork City Council 361–362.
  • Timpany, S., Power, O. and Monk, M. (2011).  Agricultural boom and bust in medieval Ireland: plant macrofossil evidence from kiln sites along the N9/N10 in County Kildare. In C. Sheelagh, E. Danaher and M. Stanley (ed.) Past Times, Changing Fortunes: Proceedings of a public seminar on archaeological discoveries on national road schemes, August 2010. Monograph Series No. 8. National Roads Authority, Dublin 4. 73 – 84.
  • Monk, M. & Power, O. (2012) More than a grain of truth in the rash of corn-drying kilns. Archaeology Ireland, Vol. 26.2. 38 - 41
  • Rondelez, P. 2014  Ironworking. In M. F. Hurley and C. Brett (eds) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003–2005. Cork, Cork City Council 561–569.
  • Tesorieri, M. 2012. Regional Patterns of Health in Early Medieval Ireland: distributions of non-specific stress indicators (abstract). American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 52 (Supplement), 285.
  • Tesorieri, M. 2013. Health in late medieval Ireland: the osteoarchaeology from Ballinderry, Co Kildare.  Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society, 20, 129-148.
  • Turk, E. Workers’ Housing at Portlaw, County Waterford, Ireland- An assessment’ Industrial Archaeology Review, 35(2) (2013).
  • Turk, E. 2009. ‘Book Review: An Archaeology of Southwest Ireland 1570-1670 by Colin Breen’ Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 2009.
  • Turk, E. 2009. ‘The use of Brick in Ireland’ in Archaeology Ireland 23(1)
  • Turk, E. 2011. Guide to the Heritage of Lismore and Castlemartyr, Castlemartyr, Cork 
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