“Archaeology Without the Digging”

A listing of surveys conducted in South East  Ireland.

 

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Important note from the authors.

 

Part 1

Dolmen Survey  (1996-2000)

Location of, geology, topography, radon levels, earth energies.

County Carlow  #

County Wexford

Co Kilkenny

Co Waterford

 

Part 2

Medieval Monasteries & Churches of Co Carlow. (2001+)

Introduction

Dunleckney

Kildrenagh

Nurney

Donore

Ratheadan

St Canice’s Romanesque Cathedral

Kiloughternane

Kiloughternane-2 Δ

Lorum

Augha

Old Leighlin *

St Mullins   ξ

St Michael’s    ξ

Killeshin (Laois)

St Moling’s Abbey ξ

 

Part 3

Ancient Sites & Buildings  

Introduction

Donore Rath

Dunleckney (early settlement)

Kilcruit Cairn

(passage tomb)

Norman Settlement

Dunleckney Manor House

Rudkin’s Mill  Δ

Carlow Medieval Walls  *

Ballyknockan Priory   *

 & Dinn Righ

Kilcarrig (circular enclosure)

Duninga Rath *

Norman Motte @ DunleckneyΔ

Dunleckney Penal Chapel

Ballyloughan Castle

Rathduff Trench

 Medieval Souterrain @ Dunleckney   Δ

 

Bagenalstown-Wexford    Railway   * ξ

 

Part 4

Slide presentations & Videos 

High Crosses of Ossary (powerpoint)

 Medieval Altar Tombs of Ormond   ξ  (video)

 

Jerpoint Abbey     (video)    

Kilcooley Abbey   (video)

 

 

# Lecture to Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society

*Article in Carloviana.  ξ Lecture to Graignamanagh Historical Society

      Δ Article in Bagenalstown Parish Yearbook

Feeley & Sheehan, Dunleckney, Bagenalstown, Co Carlow, Ireland.

E-mail ; feeleyj@itcarlow.ie                    Revised; Aug 2014