4 edition of Medieval pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin found in the catalog.
Medieval pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin
|Series||Medieval Dublin excavations, 1962-81 -- v. 7|
|Contributions||Royal Irish Academy., National Museum of Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
Between and , excavations in Dublin’s historic centre revealed a vast swathe of intact archaeology spanning most of the Viking-founded town’s Scandinavian occupation. Now the full findings have been published for the first time in a landmark new book. Carly Hilts takes a tour through the Viking streets. As Pat Wallace stood in the shadow of Dublin Author: Lucia Marchini. Clare McCutcheon, author of Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
In this book, Dr. Pat Wallace, the chief archaeologist who directed the Wood Quay and Fishamble Street excavations, provides a detailed examination of the implications of these discoveries for Viking-Age and Anglo-Norman Dublin by placing them in their national and international contexts.5/5(2). Title: Oxbow Books Spring Trade Catalogue, Author: Casemate Publishers Ltd, Name: Oxbow Books Spring Trade Catalogue, Length: 36 pages, Page: 24, Published: Issuu company logo.
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This is a major study of the pottery recovered in the excavations at Wood Quay, Dublin and is set to become the definitive work on imported and local pottery in 13th century Ireland. The book is lavishly illustrated. Get this from a library. Medieval pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin: the waterfront excavations.
[Clare McCutcheon; Royal Irish Academy.; National Museum of Ireland.]. - Buy Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin (Medieval Dublin Excavations) book online at best prices in India on Read Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin (Medieval Dublin Excavations) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Clare McCutcheon.
Click to read more about Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin by Clare McCutcheon. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Clare McCutcheon. PDF | Two sherds of decorated medieval pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin, were analysed by XRF spectrometry.
The pigments were identified as. Thomas Farel Heffernan, Wood Quay: The Clash over Dublin's Viking Past, University of Texas Press ISBN Clare McCutcheon, Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin, Medieval Dublin Excavations –81, Series B, vol.
7, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, ISBN 1. In this book, Dr. Pat Wallace, the chief archaeologist who directed the Wood Quay and Fishamble Street excavations, provides a detailed examination of the implications of these discoveries for Viking-Age and Anglo-Norman Dublin by placing them in their national and international contexts.
Analysis of medieval painted pottery sherds from Wood Quay, Dublin. Buy Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin (Medieval Dublin Excavations) 1st Edition by Clare McCutcheon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Friends of Medieval Dublin formed in as a study group to promote interest in and study of this fascinating medieval city.
Discover how we developed from a small study-group In Books, Event, Medieval Dublin Series, News. 20th Medieval Dublin Symposium Recap () In. Why I wrote Viking Dublin: the Wood Quay Excavations by Patrick Wallace I have spent the past 10 years trying to write a book on the Wood Quay excavations in.
The first excavations in the area took place in /2, and marked the start of the important Christchurch Place excavations, with work at Wood Quay and Fishamble St. Medieval Dublin, Volume 5 Medieval Dublin medieval period ninth century Oxmantown Oxmantown Green Patrick placename Poddle probably Quay revetment river river Liffey sample Scandinavian Sean settlement Ship Street side Simpson sixteenth century skeleton sources South Great George's St Mary's abbey Stout Strand Street structure suburban.
And in a final twist, this venue is now much used by the Friends of Medieval Dublin, who host free seminars and lunchtime talks in collaboration with the Heritage Officer and City Archaeologist of Dublin City Council. Linzi Simpson is a consultant archaeologist.
Read More: Wood Quay Oral History Project ‘The bunkers’ Further reading. Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin by Clare McCutcheon Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin by Clare McCutcheon (p.
) Review by: Rosanne Meenan. M8 Medieval, Early Dublin Ware jugs (copy of find from Wood Quay, Dublin) €45 on left, €35 on right M9 Medieval, Early Dublin Ware Dripping Pan (copy of find from Wood Quay, Dublin) €45 M10 Medieval 12th/13th century French Jug (copy of find from Wood Quay, Dublin) €35 and Early Dublin Ware Pipkins €15 each.
Clare McCutcheon Medieval pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin: the waterfront excavations (Charlie Murray) Keith Parfitt, Barry Corke and John Cotter Townwall Street, Dover Excavations (Duncan H Brown) Andres Tvauri Eesti Hilisrauaaja Saviniud (II, Sajand Sajandi Keskpaigani) (Clive Orton) Clare Mccutcheon is the author of The Medieval Pottery from the Waterfront Excavations at Wood Quay, Dublin ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, publis.
Clare McCutcheon. Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin: the Waterfront Excavations (National Museum of Ireland Medieval Dublin ExcavationsSer. B, vol. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy; hardback € - Volume 81 Issue - Author: Mike Ponsford.
Located to the south of the Viking settlement site at Wood Quay and east of the later Dublin Castle, High St. was the principal street in the medieval period (Fig. ). This excavation ran over two six-month seasons in and and was focused on a plot of land at the corner of High St.
and Nicholas St. with Back Lane bordering the block to the south.Viking Dublin. The Wood Quay excavations Published in Book Reviews, Issue 3 (May/June ), Reviews, Volume PATRICK F.
WALLACE Irish Academic Press €60 ISBN Reviewed by: Franc Myles. Despite the enduring popularity of archaeology on television and in the media, few people realise what’s actually involved in the process of. Read Viking Graves and Grave-Goods in Ireland (Medieval Dublin Excavations Series B).