Rathmichael Historical Society 36th Summer Series

Rathmichael Church Ruins

Rathmichael Church Ruins

EVENING LECTURES

Rathmichael School, Stonebridge Road, Shankill, Co. Dublin

(Junction of Dublin Road and Stonebridge Road, Shankill)

16th – 20th August 2010 – 8 p.m.

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Mon. 16th August:

Jonny Geber, MA.

Margaret Gowen & Co. Ltd.

Ireland’s Golden Age?

Osteoarchaeologal perspectives on violent death in Early Medieval Ireland.

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Tues. 17th August:

Heather A. King, MA

Burials and High Crosses at Clonmacnoise

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Wed. 18th August:

Leo Swan Memorial Lecture

Rob Goodbody, and Elizabeth O’Brien will present

A tribute to the late Joan Delany

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Thurs. 19th August:

Colm Moriarty

Margaret Gowen & Co. Ltd.

Recent Viking discoveries north of the Liffey

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Fri. 20th August:

Tracy Collins, MA,

Aegis Archaeology Ltd

‘The Other Monasticism’: An archaeology of  Medieval Nunneries in Ireland

Admission:   €4 per lecture (including tea/coffee/biscuits after lectures)

Members:   Paid-up members, admission free.

Enquiries:   Dr Elizabeth O’Brien , elobrien@eircom.net Tel: 01 2984897.

www.dublin.ie/rathmichael/

Rathmichael@Dublin.ie

Rathmichael Historical Society would like to remind attendees that they are not allowed to use the tennis court for car parking and that as soon as the designated spaces beside the school building fill up, they have to use the car park at St. Anne’s Church, which is a few hundred metres down the road towards Shankill on the left-hand side.

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