Neither Harry nor June Welsh require an introduction in Northern Irish archaeology, being the authors – both jointly and separately – of two publications on the province’s heritage: Tomb Travel (2011) and The Prehistoric Burial Sites of Northern Ireland (2014). Their most recent is very much the companion volume to the burial sites book.
The Federation was set up to promote and assist with the study and recording of the history, antiquities and folk-life of Ulster, to develop communication and co-operation between local historical groups and between these groups and relevant statutory and voluntary organisations. Contact Details Web: www.fuls.org.uk E-mail: email@example.com Tel: +44(0)28 71861696
The society was founded in 1998 to research, record and protect the ancient past of the Larne area in Northern Ireland. A local Iron Age Hillfort and early Christian Rath have been given SMR numbers thanks to work carried out over the past years. Research on four other possible new sites, which may or may […]
The Navan Research Group (NRG) was formed in the spring of 1986, when quarrying threatened to destroy the archaeological remains of Navan Fort (Emain Macha), Ulster’s ancient capital. The campaign that focussed attention on the imminent threat to the site aroused massive public interest at the time. The various members of the NRG, drawn from […]
The Ulster Archaeological Society is a charitable organisation open to all. Its aim is ‘to advance the education of the public in archaeology and history, particularly in regard to Ulster’. The Society organises a programme of free public lectures, as well a summer field trips to interesting sites, led by professional archaeologists. The society also […]
The School welcomes all those who have an interest or passion in things archaeological and, or geographical that they wish to develop in an academic way.