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The local limestone geology is particularly beneficial to the preservation of bone and one of our primary objectives is to retrieve human remains.Along with the usual osteological analysis, our partners in Trinity College Dublin and Oxford University are carrying out ancient DNA and isotope analyses on our assemblage.Workshops include practical tutorials on human bone (ostearchaeologist: Dr Lynda Lynch), animal bone (zoo-osteoarchaeologist: Dr Fiona Beglane), QGIS (Dr Richard Clutterbuck) and artefact Illustration (Sara Nylund).The weekly evening lectures vary each year; we invite a mixture of established lecturers and recent Ph D graduates from Irish Universities and Institutions to speak on Irish or European prehistory.
The school gives to the students the opportunity to work in two different excavations and practise different archaeological research methods.This provides a good opportunity for students to make contacts at Irish universities in an informal setting.Participants on the survey and tour course will visit a wide range of prehistoric sites in Ireland, including the Boyne valley, the Aran Islands and around the Burren.Participants on the experimental archaeology course will get experience of working with materials which were used in the Chalcolithic and Bronze Age.Our course will be held in Craggaunowen heritage park, where we will have the use of a real castle and a reconstructed ringfort and crannog, to carry out our work.
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It is particularly well suited to those interested in European prehistoric archaeology and/or the excavation of human remains. Project language: English Project size: 20 participants including excavators and specialists Room and Board Arrangements: Participants will be staying at the Town square apartments in Lisdoonvarna.