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CAF PUBLICATION LIST:

June 2002 to December 2013
 
 



Books

 

 

Ó Baoill, R., 2008. Carrickfergus: the story of the castle and walled town. TSO / NIEA, Belfast.

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Murray, E.V. and Logue, P. (eds.), 2010. Battles, Boats and Bones: Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland, 1987-2008. TSO / NIEA, Belfast.

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Welsh, H., 2011. Tomb Travel: a guide to Northern Ireland's megalithic monuments. TSO / NIEA, Belfast.

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Ó Baoill, R., 2011. Hidden History Below Our Feet: the archaeological story of Belfast. Tandem for the NIEA and Belfast City Council, Belfast.

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Ó Baoill, R., 2013. Island City: The Archaeology of Derry-Londonderry. Northern Ireland Environment Agency and Derry City Council. Colourpoint (Newtownards).

 

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Monographs

 

 

Hamlin, A., 2008. The Archaeology of Early Christianity in the North of Ireland. T. Kerr (ed.) with contributions from Bell, J., Kyle, A., Meek, M. and Sloan, B. BAR British Series, 460, Oxford.

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Gormley, S., Donnelly, C., Hartwell, B. and Bell, J., 2009. Conditions and Management Survey of the Archaeological Resource in Northern Ireland. TSO / NIEA, Belfast.

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Foley, C. and Donnelly, D., 2012. Parke's Castle, Co. Leitrim: archaeology, history and architecture, Archaeological Monograph Series: 7, Department of the Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Dublin.

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Journal articles

 

Carver, N., 2007. Excavations at Aghaloo Church, Roosky, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 75-96.

Donnelly, C., Macdonald, P., Murphy, E. and Beer, N, 2003. Excavations at Boho High Cross, Toneel North, County Fermanagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 62, 121-142.

Donnelly, C., Moore, P. and McGranaghan, C., 2004. O’Connor’s Stronghold, Derrywarragh Island, Maghery, County Armagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 63, 123-129.

Donnelly, C., Ó Néill, J., McNeill, T., and McCooey, P., 2005. De Courcy’s Castle: The first phase of Anglo-Norman building activity at Carrickfergus Castle, County Antrim. Medieval Archaeology 49, 311-17.

  • Donnelly, C., Murray, E.V. and McHugh, R., 2008. Dungannon Castle: Its history, architecture and Archaeology. Dúiche Néill, 17, 11-24.
  • Gormley, S., 2009. An excavation at St Thomas' Church, Rathlin Island, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 68, 64-101.
  • Hurl, D. and McSparron, C., 2004. Excavations at the Dorsey, County Armagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 63, 41-51.
  • Logue, R., Donnelly, C. and McHugh, R., 2003. Excavations in the vicinity of St Tassach's Church, Raholp, County Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 62, 116-120.
  • Macdonald, P., 2002. Excavations at Crossreagh West, County Londonderry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 61, 1-7.
  • Macdonald, P., Carver, N. and Yates, M., 2005. Excavations at McIlwhans Hill, Ballyutoag, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 64, 43-61.
  • Macdonald, P., 2006. Medieval Belfast considered. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 65, 29-48.
  • Macdonald, P., 2006. Excavations within the Woolworths and Burton building, High Street, Belfast. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 65, 49-62.
  • Macdonald, P., and McIlreavy, D., 2007. Archaeological investigations at Kilhorne, Moneydarragh More, County Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 97-119.
  • Macdonald, P., 2008. Archaeological evaluation of the inaugural landscape of Crew Hill (Cráeb Telcha), County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 67, 84-106.
  • Macdonald, P., 2008. A new survey of Templecormack, Audleystown, County Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 67, 126-135.
  • Macdonald, P., 2009. Drumadoon metalwork report. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 190C, A54-A57.
  • McCormick, F. and Macdonald, P., 2004. Excavations at Dunnyneill Island, Strangford Lough. Lecale Review, 2, 5-10.
  • McHugh, R., 2004. Excavations at Malachy’s Wall, Bangor Abbey, County Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 63, 65-75.
  • McHugh, R., Bell, J. and Macdonald, P., 2004. Excavations in the vicinity of St Jarlath’s Church, Clonfeacle, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 63, 52-64.
  • McSparron, C., 2007. Excavations at Terryhoogan, Co. Armagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 120-131.
  • McSparron, C., 2008. An Excavation at Castle Curlews, Kirlish, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 67, 136-141.
  • McSparron, C., and Williams, B., 2009. The excavation of an Early Christian rath with later Medieval occupation at Drumadoon, Co. Antrim. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 109(C), 105-164.
  • McSparron, C. and Patterson, R., 2009. The excavation of a late medieval ditch and other features at St Mary's Church, Macosquin, County Derry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 68, 110-123.
  • Moore, P., Donnelly, C., Murphy, E., Roulston, W. and McCormick, F., 2002. Excavations at St John’s Church, Islandmagee, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 61, 130-147.
  • Murray, E.V., Macdonald, P. and Conway, M., 2008. Excavations at Castle Ward. Lecale Review, 6, 18-23.
  • Ó Baoill, R., 2006. Excavation of a segmented Bronze Age cist at Newtownstewart, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 64, 26-42.
  • Ó Baoill, R., 2006. Excavations at Newtownstewart Castle, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 64, 62-105.
  • Ó Baoill, R. and Logue, P., 2006. Excavations at Gordon Street and Waring Street, Belfast. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 64, 106-139.
  • Ó Néill, J. and Williams, B., 2002. Near unto the bawne: identifying Sir John Hume’s village at Tully Castle, County Fermanagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 61, 125-130.
  • Ó Néill, J., Plunkett, G., and Whitehouse, N., 2007. The archaeological and palaeoecological investigation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Ballyarnet Lake, County Derry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 39-49.
  • Plunkett, G., 2004. Archaeology and palaeoenvironment at Grangemore Dunes, County Derry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 63, 1-13.
  • Sloan, B., 2007. The excavation of a burnt mound at Rossmacaffry, Co. Fermanagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 14-20.
  • Sloan, B., 2007. Excavations at the site of the New Library, Queen’s University, Belfast. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 162-165.
  • Sloan, B., 2008. A Bronze Age cist burial at Glebe, Rathlin Island, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 67, 60-83.
  • Trick, S., Donnelly, C., and McHugh, R., 2007. A geophysical survey at Tullaghoge Fort. The Bell: Journal of the Stewartstown and District Local History Society, 11, 16-27.
  • Williams, B. and McSparron, C., 2004. A brief interim account of excavations at Drumadoon, Co. Antrim, 2003. The Glynns: the Journal of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society, 32, 9-13.

 

 




Chapters in books


Donnelly, C., Macdonald, P., Murphy, E. and Beer, N., 2006. Excavations at Boho High Cross, Toneel North, County Fermanagh. In: Meek, M. (ed.) The modern traveller to our past. Festschrift in honour of Ann Hamlin. DPK, Dublin, 150-156.

Macdonald, P. and Ó Néill, J., 2010. Investigation of the find-spot of the Tamlaght hoard, Co. Armagh. In: Cooney, G., Becker, K., Coles, J., Ryan, M. and Sievers, S. (eds.) Relics of Old Decency. Archaeological studies in later Prehistory. Wordwell, Dublin, 167-179.

McCormick, F. and Macdonald, P., 2010. Dunnyneill Island: an early medieval emporium in Strangford Lough. In: Murray, E. and Logue, P. (eds.) Battles, boats and bones. Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland, 1987-2008. TSO / NIEA, Belfast, 51-54.

McSparron, C. and Williams, B., 2010. Bell, Bank and Souterrain: Excavations at Drumadoon, County Antrim, in Murray, E. and Logue, P. (editors) Battles, Boats and Bones: Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland, 1987-2008, TSO / NIEA, Belfast, 13-16.

Murray, E.V., Donnelly, C. and Logue, P., 2010. Rediscovering the O’Neill tower-house and Chicester’s military fort at Castle Hill, Dungannon. In: Murray, E. and Logue, P. (eds.) Battles, boats and bones. Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland, 1987-2008. TSO / NIEA, Belfast, 84-88.

Ó Baoill, R. and McMullen, S., 2010. The excavation and restoration of a Seventeenth-century Irish Formal Garden, Lisburn Castle Gardens, County Antrim, in Murray, E. and Logue, P. (editors) Battles, Boats and Bones: Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland, 1987-2008, TSO / NIEA, Belfast, 36-39.

Ó Baoill, R., 2010. An unusual prehistoric grave at Newtownstewart Castle, County Tyrone. In: Murray, E. and Logue, P. (eds.) Battles, boats and bones. Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland, 1987-2008. TSO / NIEA, Belfast, 105-110.




General reader texts


Breen, C., Murray, E. and Reid, G., 2011. Dunluce: a castle and lost town in North Antrim. Archaeology Ireland, 24(2), 14-15.

Carver, N., Murphy, E. and Sloan, B., 2007. The Belfast Branch of the Young Archaeologists Club. Archaeology Ireland, 79, 41.

Carver, N., 2008. Young Archaeologists’ Club: An opportunity for 6-16 year olds to learn about their past. Environment Link: Environmental Fact Sheet, 6.2, 31-34.

Carver, N., King, M. and Macdonald, P., 2009. Surveying Templecormick with the Young Archaeologists. Archaeology Ireland, 23(4), Issue No. 90, 20-21.

Carver, N., Murphy, E., Murray, E.V. and Sloan, B., 2010. From life in the Bronze Age to ‘Days of the Dead’. Archaeology Ireland 24 (2), Issue No. 92, 14-15.

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  • Donnelly, C., Murray, E.V., and Logue, P., 2007. Excavating with Time Team at Castle Hill, Co. Tyrone. Archaeology Ireland, 21(4), 16-19.
  • Donnelly, C., Logue, P., O'Neill, J. and Ó Neill, J., 2007. Timber castles and towers in Sixteenth-century Ireland: some evidence from Ulster. Archaeology Ireland 21(2), 22-25.
  • Gormley, S., Donnelly, C., Hartwell, B. and Bell, J., 2009. Monumental Change?. Archaeology Ireland 23 (2), 11-13.
  • Mc Granaghan C., Gormley, S., and Logue, R., 2007. Burials in a country churchyard: the cemetery at St Elizabeth’s Church of Ireland church, Dundonald, Co. Down. Archaeology Ireland, 21(3), 24-25.
  • McSparron, C., 2008. Have you no homes to go to? Re-evaluating the Irish Neolithic. Archaeology Ireland, 22(3), 18-21.
  • McSparron, C., 2009. A potted history: Medieval Ulster coarse pottery. Archaeology Ireland, 23(1), 13-15.
  • McSparron, C., 2009. Gulliver's Earthworks: how aerial photography has unveiled new sites on Cavehill, near Belfast. Archaeology Ireland, 23(4), 8-9.
  • McSparron, C., 2011. As above so below. Archaeology Ireland, 25(2), 40-41.
  • McSparron, C., 2011. Excavations at Tirnony Portal Tomb. Archaeology Ireland, 24(4), 26-30.
  • Moore, P. and Ó Néill, J., 2005. 3D laser scanning: this used to be the future. Archaeology Ireland, 71, 31-33.
  • Murray, E.V. and Conway, M., 2008. No previous experience necessary. Archaeology Ireland, 22(4), 14-17.
  • Murray, E.V., 2010. Investigating the Grand Battery at Carrickfergus Castle. Archaeology Ireland, 24(2), 20-23.
  • Sloan, B. and Clarke, P., 2009. The ‘bawn’ of a new era at Bellaghy. Archaeology Ireland, 23(3), 36-37.
  • Welsh, H., 2009. Accessible Archaeology: a report on the work of the Ulster Archaeological Society's Fieldwork Survey Group. Archaeology Ireland, 23(4), 10-13.
  • Welsh, H. and Pinkerton, L., 2011. The hills are alive - with the sound of digging! Excavations at Ballyaghagan, Cavehill, Belfast. Archaeology Ireland, 25(4), 33-35.



Guide books and cards

 

Ó Baoill, R., 2007. A guide to Carrickfergus Castle. Environment and Heritage Service.

Ó Baoill, R., 2007. Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim: a walled town in the seventeenth century. Archaeology Ireland Heritage Guide No. 36.

Ó Baoill, R., 2009. St. Nicholas’ Church, Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. Archaeology Ireland Heritage Guide No. 43.

Ó Baoill, R., 2013. Derry-Londonderry: A history and tour of the city walls. Northern Ireland Environment Agency.

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