Archaeologists have discovered a perfectly preserved wooden Viking Ringerike style weaver’s sword at the historic site of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery in Cork city, South Ireland.
As the archaeological research at the Neolithic passage tomb at Montpelier Hill in Dublin, Ireland, continue a major discovery was made as ancient engravings on stones were discovered.
As excavations at the 18th century Hellfire Club shooting lodge, Montpelier Hill in Dublin Mountains, Ireland, continue more information is revealed on the supposed Neolithic passage tomb on which it was built on using the original structures’ stones.
Archaeologists excavate in the area of the Hell Fire Club, located on Montpelier Hill in Dublin Mountains, Ireland. The site is known for its 18th century lodge built with stone taken from destruction of two large passage tomb.
A 12th century brooch was discovered on the shore of Oney Island in Connemara in western Ireland. The person who made the discovery is an Irish American film and television major at New York University being in Dublin for the summer with an NYU program.