FRIENDS OF MEDIEVAL DUBLIN
10th Medieval Dublin
Symposium
2008

Robert Emmet Theatre (Room 2037), Arts Building
Trinity College, Dublin

Saturday 24 May 2008

Sea Stallion from Glendalough (Photo: Online picture archive of Vikinge Skibs Museet, Denmark

Admission free. All welcome.

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09.30

Registration and opening remarks
Seán Duffy

09.45

The bank, the ditch, and the water: Hiberno-Norse evidence from Hammond Lane Phase 2
Sinéad Phelan

10.30 Prosopography and philanthropy: a study of the benefactors of the Hospital of St John the Baptist, Dublin
Grace O'Keeffe
11.10 Tea / coffee
11.30 A pre-Viking riverside revetment at Islandbridge: excavations on the site of Clancy Barracks
Kevin Lohan
12.10 The Tyrel brothers: outlaws in fourteenth-century Dublin
Áine Foley
12.45

Lunch

14.00 Bride Street revisited: Viking burial in Dublin and beyond
Stephen Harrison
14.40 "Disgusting Street": a semi-aquatic excavation in medieval Dublin
Alan Hayden
15.20 Tea / coffee
15.40 Early Christian and medieval excavations at Teach Naithí; the changing morphology of a church site in Dundrum
Edmond O'Donovan
16.20 Roskilde to Dublin: the voyage of the Sea Stallion
Tríona Nicholl

For further information, contact sduffy@tcd.ie or telephone (01) 8961801
Details of last year's: Medieval Dublin Symposium 2007