||Tales of Medieval Dublin Lunchtime Lecture Series 2012
Robin Frame 'Rediscovering Medieval Ireland' lecture to launch online Calendar of Irish Chancery Letters c.1244-1509 on Thursday 10 May 2011 in Thomas Davis Theatre, Trinity College Dublin.
Tales of Medieval Dublin LuWood Quay Venue, in the Dublin Civic Offices at 1.00pm on Tuesday 21 June 2011.
||Launch of Medieval Dublin X on Tuesday 28 September 2010 at 6.00pm in the Long Room Hub, Trinity College, Dublin.
||Tales of Medieval Dublin Lunchtime Lecture Series
of Medieval Dublin IX on Wednesday 7 October 2009 at 6.00pm in the National Museum
of Ireland, Kildare Street.
of Medieval Dublin VIII on Tuesday 23 September 2008 at 6.00pm in the Provost's
House Stables at Trinity College Dublin
programme for Farewell Festival for the Sea Stallion from Glendalough (Saturday
28 - Sunday 29 June 2008)
||The Dublin People notes the forthcoming 10th Friends of Medieval
Dublin Symposium on Saturday 24 May which will take place in the Robert Emmet
Theatre (Room 2037), Arts Building, Trinity College. Admission free.
to the Sea Stallion! Two-day Viking festival, 28-29 June 2008
||The Dublin People report
that Dr Michael ONeill will present a lecture on 'Franciscan friary architecture
in late medieval Ireland; at a meeting of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of
Ireland at 7.30pm on Thursday 24 April in the Helen Roe Theatre, 63 Merrion Square
People have details of forthcoming events of interest at the National
Museum of Ireland in Kildare Street where Dr Peter Crooks will give a lecture
today at 1.00pm and 6.30pm; at the Gilbert Library where the Old
Dublin Society have their AGM this evening at 7.30pm, and at the Royal
Society of Antiquaries, where Dr Salvador Ryan lectures on Monday 3 December
medieval concert and seminar on 19 - 20 November 2007
Rachel Moss will present the 1.00pm and 6.30pm lectures on 'Medieval Ireland:
Conservation and Change - The Romanesque Church in Ireland' in the Museum
of Archaeology and History, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 on Wednesday 7 November 2007.
of our past: Conference celebrates Archaeology Irelands 20th birthday
Museum holds Viking ship archaeology lecture series from October 2007 until June
Church cathedral will hold a lunchtime
lecture series on Tuesdays
in November in the crypt, the first two lectures of which relate to medieval
Dublin. Dr Barra Boydell will speak on 'Prior David Winchester (1489-99): founder
of the choir school?' on Tuesday 6 November, and Dr John McCafferty will speak
on 'Dean Jonas Wheeler (1595-1618): constitutional and cathedral rebuilding' on
Tuesday 13 November 2007. A printable
A4 poster is available here.
of Medieval Dublin walks for Heritage Week
Liddy will lead a walking tour 'Viking and Medieval Dublin' starting from Starbucks,
Foster Place, and finishing at Jury's Inn, Christchurch Place at 11am on Wednesday
27 June 2007.
Local History Club will host an evening outing to 'Two Local Medieval Churches'
on Tuesday 29 May 2007, meeting at 7pm in Foxrock RC Church car park. Sensible
footwear should be worn.
of Tara conference at Trinity College Dublin on Monday 21 May 2007
of Medieval Dublin VII on Wednesday 12 July 2006.
Swift will present a lecture on 'Medieval Armour' to the Ballybrack-Killiney History
Society today, Wednesday 14 June at 8.00pm in the Parochial Hall of SS Alphonsus
& Columba Church, Ballybrack. Admission €2.
Moran will present a lecture on 'The Medieval Period in Dalkey' at the Ballybrack
Killiney History Society on Wednesday 10 May at 8.00pm in the Parochial Hall of
SS Alphonsus and Columba Church, Ballybrack.
of Viking Dublin book celebrates 30 years of the Friends of Medieval Dublin
Raymond Gillespie (Modern History, NUI Maynooth) will speak on 'The
End of Medieval Ireland: People and Their Things' on Tuesday 4 April 2006
at 6pm in the Crolly Room, St Patrick's College, Maynooth.
symposium on music and liturgy in the medieval Irish church in April 2006
400 celebrations entertained with medieval music by specialist group Seanma, and
help to protect the county from the pressures of economics and its proximity to
notice of 8th annual Medieval Dublin Symposium
illustrated lecture on The Medieval Church of Fingal by Ken McAllister,
will take place in Donaghmede House, Newbrook Avenue on Thursday 2 March 2006
at 8pm. Visitors are welcome. Admissionis €2 for non-members.
Society of Antiquaries of Ireland holds Tara seminar on Thursday 9 March 2006.
evening at Drimnagh castle for Tara Litigation Fund
medieval office for St Brigit: TCD music manuscript to be performed on 2-4 February
Launch of Dublin city walls
and defences conservation plan in Atrium, Civic Offices, Wood Quay on Wednesday
8 December 2004, 18.00
||TCD evening course offers overview
of the medieval world
meeting on Woodstown Viking site featuring Dublin based archaeologist, Paula Geragthy
amongst speakers in Granville Hotel on Thursday 16 September 2004, 8.00pm
support sought to save Viking site: Woodstown - Dublin based archaeologist, Paula
Geraghty, amongst others, to speak.
leading folklorist, Dáithí Ó Hógáin and British
heritage campaigner among Feis Tara Skryne guest speakers at the RSAI
lecture series on medieval manuscripts at Christ Church cathedral
priory manuscripts exhibited at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
manuscripts exhibition reunites medieval manuscripts for first time since Reformation
music opens Christ Church exhibition
||Theoretical Influences in
Irish Archaeology and Why Archaeology Needs Social Theory and Why Social
Theory Needs Archaeology, the third Inspiring agendas lecture at the
Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland on Wednesday 12 May 2004
||The Irish medieval landscape:
new perspectives lecture by Professor
Valerie Hall on Thursday 22 April 2004 at the Royal Society of Antiquaries of
||Theory and Politics in early
20th Century Irish Archaeology, second Inspiring agendas lecture at
the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland on Thursday 15 April 2004
lectures on Dublin archbishops St Laurence O'Toole (1162-1180) and John Cumin
(1182-1212) on Tuesdays in March 2004 in Christ Church cathedral
Theory and Politics lecture at the Royal Society of
Antiquaries of Ireland on 17 February 2004
by Professor Pádraig Ó Riain on the Christ Church martyrology, previously given at the 5th FMD symposium