FRIENDS OF MEDIEVAL DUBLIN
11th Medieval Dublin
Symposium
2009

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

Saturday 23 May 2009

View of Christ Church cathedral Dublin (1824) by J.S. Templeton

Admission free. All welcome.

Click here for a printable PDF or Word document
version of the symposium poster.

Details of last year's:
Medieval Dublin Symposium 2008

09.30

Registration and opening remarks
Seán Duffy

09.45

'Forty years a-digging' revisited - after ten years
Linzi Simpson

10.30 Urban plot development: excavations at nos. 118-124 the Coombe
Claire Walsh
11.10 Tea & coffee
11.30 Christ Church cathedral & the tale of two cloisters
Michael O'Neill
12.10 Two nations? Gaelicization and cultural exchange in late medieval Dublin and the Pale
Sparky Booker
12.45

Lunch

14.00Excavations at Portmarnock: from early medieval enclosure to late medieval vill
Colm Moriarty
14.40Dublin in the dynastic poetry of 11th-and 12th-century Leinster
Edel Bhreathnach
15.15Tea & coffee
15.30Adventures in the Pill: early waterfront structures at Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin
Teresa Bolger
16.10 The Third Dimension: relationships between architecture, urban design and archaeology in Modern Dublin
Niall McCullough

For further information, contact Dr Seán Duffy:
sduffy@tcd.ie or telephone (01) 896 1368.