Archaeology Series April-October 2009 - Cork City Libraries

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Archaeology Series April-October 2009 - Cork City Libraries

Postby Aislinn on Wed Apr 15, 2009 3:08 pm

Cork City is one of the oldest cities in Ireland and recent development projects have given us the opportunity to explore and understand various features of old Cork through the rich and varied archaeological remains uncovered. These aspects will be presented in a lecture series running from April to October, details provided below.

Cork Revealed - What stones and bones can tell us
Archaeology Series April - October 2009 - Cork City Libraries


Ciara Brett, City Archaeologist; Niamh O’Rourke, Consultant Archaeologist; and Colin Rynne, Department of Archaeology, UCC, will each present aspects of the archaeology of the city (see lecture schedule below).

Admission is free and details are also available on line at: http://www.corkcitylibraries.ie and http://www.corkpastandpresent.ie


Tuesday, 28 April, 7.30p.m. b Cork's Hidden Past: Evidence from Archaeological Excavations in Cork City[/b]
Ciara Brett, City Archaeologist, Cork City Council


Tuesday, 30 June, 7.30p.m. Life in Early and Medieval Cork
Ciara Brett, City Archaeologist, Cork City Council


Tuesday, 25 August, 7.30p.m. Cork's Medieval City Wall
Ciara Brett, City Archaeologist, Cork City Council


Monday, 31 August, 7.30p.m. Churches and Burial Grounds in Cork City
Ciara Brett, City Archaeologist, Cork City Council, with Niamh O'Rourke, Archaeologist


Tuesday, 27 October, 7.30p.m. Cork City Breweries: History and Archaeology c. 1650-1930
Colin Rynne, Department of Archaeology, UCC.
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