The Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group seeks to promote, amongst academics and the general public, a greater understanding of Ireland’s post-1550AD archaeology, history and material culture. It also seeks to promote a holistic approach to this material by means of greater co-operation with persons working in related fields of study.
IPMAG was formed in Belfast in 1999 and held their inaugural conference in 2001; it has since become their key annual event.
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