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  • Title: Home | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About us.. Awards.. Excavations.. Modules.. Register.. Accommodation.. Contact.. CRDS Group.. Follow us.. Main News.. 28-Jan-11 Website launched.. The long awaited new IAFS website is launched; enjoy! The second phase launch will be in February, and will include on-line registration and an alumni section.. In the meanwhile we'd welcome your comments on how to make the site better for you.. REGISTER.. BEFORE.. EASTER SUNDAY (8TH APRIL 2012).. AND AVAIL OF A 7% DISCOUNT.. Do you want to dig in Ireland?.. Do you want to be part of a multi-award winning community based site preservation project?.. Do you want to earn college credits by undertaking archaeological fieldwork and excavation at beautiful Irish historic sites under the tuition of leading experts?.. Would you like to experience life as an archaeologist while immersing yourself in the richness of Irish culture?.. If the answer to one of more of these questions is ‘yes’, then the Irish Archaeology Field School (IAFS) is for you.. You will learn tried and tested archaeological techniques with a very heavy  ...   cultural activities is on offer, including tours of historic sites, folklore, language, music, food and more.. The IAFS 2012 research programme will focus on archaeological excavations at Blackfriary, Trim, Co.. Meath, Ireland.. The programme will run over a fourteen week period from the 28th May to the 31st August 2012.. You can attend for any length of time, from a week to sixteen weeks.. Students seeking transferrable college credits may earn ECTS credits on successful completion of a minimum of two weeks on site (e.. g.. two weeks participation earns 5 ECTS credits equates to 3 US semester units; 4 weeks = 10 ECTS = 6 US).. Make the IAFS part of your truly memorable visit to our country - you will have a great time; check out these youtube clips:.. |.. Login.. The Irish Archaeology Field School / IAFS are registered trading names of CRDS Ltd Archaeological and Historical Consultants.. Unit 4A Dundrum Business Park, Dundrum, Dublin 14, Ireland.. Company Registration No.. 31088; VAT Registration No.. IE6330188P.. Website by.. SOSWebSolutions.. com..

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  • Title: Home | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: Testimonials.. >">View More >>..

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  • Title: 1112 About us | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: About us links.. Key Personnel.. CRDS profile.. Dublin City University (St Patricks College).. Dundalk Institute of Technology.. National Monuments Service.. Trim Town Council.. Trim Chamber of Commerce.. Office of Public Works.. The Irish Archaeology Field School is Irelands leading provider of university accredited, site based archaeological research and training.. Our mission is to provide an opportunity for students of archaeology and anthropology to experience at first hand archaeological excavation in a teaching environment.. Excavations are undertaken within an established research framework led by a team of highly qualified and experienced archaeologists.. Academic Committee.. The research agenda is set by an Academic Committee, representing different disciplines within archaeological research, the includes osteoarchaeology or physical anthropology, palaeo-environmental archaeology, architectural heritage and conservation, Medieval and Late Medieval studies.. Members of the committee include:.. Dr Conor Brady, Dundalk Institute of Technology - Archaeological Director, Academic Advisor - Prehistoric Period; Field Survey Techniques.. Prof Gabriel Cooney, University College Dublin - Academic Advisor - Prehistoric Period; Landscape Archaeology.. Dr Loreto Guinan, Meath County Council - Heritage Officer - Heritage & Communication.. Dr Stephen Mandal, IAFS - Course Director - Geoarchaeology; Stone Prevenancing.. Finola O'Carroll, IAFS - Archaeological Director - Prehistoric Period; Late Medieval Period.. Dr Michael Potterton, Editor of Four Courts Press - Academic Advisor - Late Medieval Period; Trim.. Prof Rachel Scott, Arizona State University - Academic Advisor - Bioarchaoelogy; Osteoarchaeology; Medieval Period.. Accreditation.. Accreditation is provided where students require credits towards a Third Level Qualification.. Accreditation is provided for by our academic partners,.. For further information  ...   and enthusiastic supervisors and a team of specialists covering everything from human and animal osteoarchaeology to geology to architectural heritage.. Excavation Licensing.. Research excavations are undertaken under the consent of the Minister of.. Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht, through.. the.. (the Irish government body responsible for the protection of our heritage).. Affiliations.. The field school is closely linked to its sister company,.. CRDS Ltd.. Archaeological & Historical Consultants.. Established in 1997, CRDS is a multi-award winning company widely acknowledged as a leading provider of a wide range of cultural heritage consultancy services.. These include all levels of archaeological survey and assessment, from environmental impact studies to pre-development testing and monitoring, to large scale excavation.. Specialist areas of expertise within the company include: medieval architecture, architectural survey and recording, EDM/GPS surveying, archaeogeophysical investigations, underwater archaeology, and geology.. Over the past ten years we have excavated over 50 highly significant archaeological sites including the medieval settlement at Raystown, County Meath, the prehistoric trackway complex at Edercloon, County Longford, and the Iron Age Hillfort at Rahally, County Galway.. The IAFS is also closely lined to.. Cultural Tourism Ireland.. Established in 2010, we bring Ireland’s cultural heritage to life by making it possible for people interested in archaeology, anthropology and history to experience the excitement of a real archaeological research excavation.. The IAFS is a community based organisation, and enjoys the generous support of a number of authorities and community groups, including:.. Meath County Council.. Trim Tidy Towns.. The Heritage Council.. Meath Tourism.. The Blackfriary Community Committee..

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  • Title: Awards | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: The Irish Archaeology Field School has received numerous national and international accolades, including:.. 2012 Received an Honourable Mention at the Educational Travel Community.. Responsible Tourism Awards Showcase.. for the Blackfriary Archaeology Project.. 2011 The IAFS was showcased by the Archaeological Institute of America at their Gala in New York, and awarded recognition and funding under the institute’s.. Site Preservation Programme.. 2010 Shortlisted to the final 25 (out of over 9,000 entries) for the.. Your Country Your Call.. open competition for the Cultural Heritage Amenity Town (CHAT) proposal..

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  • Title: 1112 Excavations | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: Excavations links.. Excavation locations.. 2010 Bective Abbey Excavation Preliminary Report.. Supervisor Positions.. The Irish Archaeology Field School 2012 research programme will focus on archaeological excavations in County Meath, Ireland.. Excavations will be undertaken at two sites during the 2012 season, from 28th May through 31st August 2012.. Blackfriary (Trim): 28th May - 31st August 2012.. Site Director - Finola O'Carroll.. The Black or Dominican Friary at.. Trim was founded by Geoffrey de Geneville, Lord of Trim, in 1263.. The Dominican order had arrived relatively late into Ireland (1224) and founded religious houses in Irish medieval towns in the thirteenth century.. Due to their relatively late arrival and the nature of their ministry they were primarily granted sites outside towns.. The friary was of considerable importance and was the location for a meeting of Irish bishops which took place in 1291 and indicates the status of the institution.. 2012 will be the third  ...   Rosnaree, County Meath (excavated by Dr Conor Brady in 2010 & 2011).. Our senior supervisor and resident IT whizz, Gianmarco Cattari, has developed an online interactive post-excavation database, which we use to record our site data.. The system, called SPADA uses free ware and is accessible to students of the field school during their stay with us, and when they return to their home institutions.. This way, students can keep an eye on what happens with the features and finds they excavate, the plans they drew, the notes they took, all the way through to publication.. Gianmarco is also an expert on open-source GIS software, and has developed a recording system that captures the information from the IAFS and CRDS excavations.. Check us out on YouTube!.. What have we found?.. Reports on the 2011 excavations are in progress.. Click below for downloadable pdf versions of the 2010 excavation reports.. Blackfriary.. Bective Abbey.. Rosnaree..

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  • Title: 1112 Modules | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: Modules links.. Module 1 Introduction to Field Archaeology.. Module 2 Advanced Methods in Field Archaeology.. Irish Archaeology Field School modules are designed to give students ‘hands on’ experience of archaeological excavation, post-excavation and reporting, and other aspects of archaeological field work, thereby providing the practical experience necessary to participate in archaeological research.. You will learn tried and tested archaeological techniques with a very heavy emphasis on robust and rigorous recording methodologies, principles and practice of planning and site photography, and all methods of excavation.. Having successfully completed these modules, you will have gained competence in excavation techniques and the production of archaeological excavation reports that provide the foundation of research in this discipline.. More broadly, you will have gained proficiency in working with others in an internationally recognised multi-award winning public archaeology project.. The following Modules are available:.. Module 1 (2 weeks): Introduction to Field Archaeology.. This module is designed to introduce students to basic excavation techniques and site recording.. This includes identifying appropriate techniques for excavating various feature types and methods for recording finds and features in situ.. You will learn to: identify and describe features and finds; fill in feature sheets and write up site records; draw plans and take site  ...   and recording techniques including development and management of the site archive and finds recording and classification.. Pre-requisite: IAFS Module 1 or equivalent.. Module 3 (2 weeks): Post Excavation Methods and Archaeological Reporting.. This module is designed to introduce students to the principles of post-excavation analysis and aims to give practical experience of collating excavation records and of interpreting archaeological excavation results.. This includes the identification of the requirements for specialist analyses and the incorporation of such analyses into interpretation and the production of the final report.. Start dates: Monday 16th January 2012.. Module 4 (2 weeks): Introduction to Archival and Desk-Based Archaeological Research.. This module provides a 'hands on' introduction to archival and non-invasive field investigation methods including, GIS and LiDAR to identify potential sites and field walking to ‘ground truth’ potential sites.. Start dates: Monday 30th January 2012.. Module 5 (2 weeks): Introduction to Bioarchaeology and Osteoarchaeology.. This module will provide students with an introduction to the excavation, recording and processing of human skeletal remains.. The field work forms part of the research programme for the Blackfriary cemetery, and is being run in association with Prof.. Rachel Scott of Arizona State University.. Start dates: Monday 28th May 2012 and Monday 11th June 2012..

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  • Title: Register | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: Register links.. Terms Conditions.. Getting there.. The Irish Archaeology Field School 2012 programme is as follows:.. The.. , Trim dig will run from 28th May 2012 through 31st August 2012.. There are a total of 30 student places available for each week.. Registration fees.. Fees.. Euro €.. 1 week.. 550.. 2 weeks.. 1050.. 3 weeks.. 1550.. 4 weeks..  ...   CLICK.. HERE.. TO REGISTER, OR.. CONTACT US.. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.. Please note that fees are payable in euro (€); to view an on-line currency exchange rate convertor click.. here.. However, please note that exact exchange rates will depend on paypal / bank rates at the time of payment.. Please read our.. terms and conditions.. before booking..

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  • Title: Accommodation | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: A wide range of accommodation types are available, from self catering to bed & breakfast to half and full board.. Last year most of our students stayed with Mary Lydon (.. http://www.. meathselfcatering.. com/.. ).. She provides shared self catering accommodation but also has an option for breakfast, a packed lunch etc – she is worth talking to.. She also arranged airport transfers for students last year.. Her place is a little out from town but on a bus route and we provide transport from her accommodation to site and back each day.. Mary  ...   (milking cows, making traditional brown bread), and Irish language lessons.. Self catering studio apartments (suitable for one person) available, a few minutes walk form the site.. Contact Frank Dempsey for information:.. daft.. ie/searchshortterm.. daft?id=19205.. Trim hostel offers basic accommodation for the budget traveller:.. discoverireland.. ie/Where-To-Stay/bridge-house-tourist-hostel/36500.. Otherwise there is a range of accommodation to suit all budgets in Trim town (Co.. Meath);.. www.. ie.. * is a good website as a starting point for research but also look at.. – this is a general house finding website that has a section for short term lets..

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  • Title: IAFS contact | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: Contact us.. Please use this form to submit your enquiry.. From:.. E-mail:.. To:.. Info.. Subject:.. Message:.. empty:.. Send copy to own email address.. Thanks for contacting Irish Archaeology Field School..

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  • Title: Blogs | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: Irish Archaeology Field School.. To follow our blogs, click on the site names below:.. (The Irish Archaeology Field School site directors maintain active daily blogs summarising the findings of the day).. Blog for Blackfriary, Trim.. Blog for Bective Abbey.. Blog for Rossnaree, Brú na Bóinne..

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  • Title: 28-Jan-11 Website launched | Irish Archaeology Field School
    Descriptive info: 28-Jan-11 Website launched.. Last Updated (Thursday, 27 January 2011 21:32)..

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