TII announces Heritage Week 2017 programmeJUL 21ST, 2017
TII Archaeology & Heritage announces its programme of nationwide events to mark Heritage Week 2017.
New TII Code of Practice for ArchaeologyJUN 28TH, 2017
Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, launch a new Code of Practice for Archaeology.
TII Digital Heritage Collections LaunchJUN 20TH, 2017
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in collaboration with the Digital Repository of Ireland and the Discovery Programme formally launch the TII Digital Heritage Collections in the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
New book from TII Archaeology & HeritageMAR 09TH, 2017
TII Archaeology & Heritage is delighted to announce the publication of The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: the Ballyhanna Research Project, edited by Catriona J McKenzie, Eileen M Murphy and Colm J Donnelly.
TII announces Heritage Week 2016 programmeMAR 09TH, 2017
TII Archaeology & Heritage announces its programme of nationwide events to mark Heritage Week 2016.
Meitheal book launchMAR 09TH, 2017
Professor Michael Ryan launches the latest archaeology book from TII Archaeology and Heritage.
Above and Below: Book LaunchMAR 09TH, 2017
Dr Ann Lynch, Chief Archaeologist with the National Monuments Service, launches latest archaeology book from TII.
TII Archaeology & Heritage - Heritage Week Events 2015AUG 05TH, 2015
Please visit TII Heritage Week 2015 for up to date details
Issue 8 of Seanda magazineSEP 29TH, 2014
The latest issue of Seanda, the NRA Archaeology Magazine, is now available as an interactive PDF. The latest edition reports on a number of recent investigations and research initiatives, including a probable Bronze Age ritual avenue at Ballingowan, Co. Kerry.
Viking Woodstown book and audioguideSEP 29TH, 2014
This evening (Tuesday 4th November 2014) sees the launch of 'Woodstown: a Viking-Age settlement in Co. Waterford', the definitive account of the archaeological excavations undertaken at a 9th-century Viking settlement discovered in 2003 on the proposed route of the Waterford City Bypass. Today also sees the release of a free to download ‘audiobook’ about the site, which is an accessible companion to the new book.