36 New Links:


  • Bodmin Moor Photo album  new  - Basic webpage showing a wide choice of images of prehistoric monuments at Bodmin Moor (Cornwall), including some lesser known and hard to find sites. (Hits: 12)

Great Britain (general)

  • Aenigmatis  pop   new  - On this website you can find almost a hundred Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age sites in England, Scotland and Wales, with clear descriptions and good quality photos. Also thorough studies on astronomical orientation of ancient sites in Wales and Scotland. (Hits: 17)


  • Lunar Maps of Knowth  new  - Interesting theory that motifs carved in the passage tombs at Knowth and at Baltinglass are maps of the Moon as seen with the naked eye. In-depth info and drawings. (Hits: 9)
  • Wilde's Loch Coirib  new  - An online edition of William R. Wilde's Loch Coirib, first published in 1867. This edition retains most of the original text and illustrations. Descriptions of some megalithic sites, including stone forts and inscribed standing stones. (Hits: 5)
  • National University of Ireland, Galway: Research  new  - Summaries of some of the current research projects being undertaken in the Department of Archaeology, including "Defining ritual space in the Irish Neolithic" and "Upland Settlement in Late Prehistoric Ireland". (Hits: 8)
  • Dingle Peninsula Heritage: Archaeology  new  - On this page, by the Chorca Dhuibhne Regional Museum, you can find information on the Excavation of Cathair na bhFionnúrach Stone Fort and on the book "The Archaeological Survey of the Dingle Peninsula". (Hits: 13)
  • Ross Island Mine Heritage  new  - On this website you can find an account of primitive mine workings which were uncovered at Ross Island, information of early primitive mining technique, a description of life in and around an early prehistoric copper mine. There is also a downloadable PowerPoint presentation. (Hits: 6)
  • Lough Gur  new  - Site dedicated to Lough Gur (Co Limerick) with map, accommodation details, information on the Interpretive centre, the Historical Society, the Grange Stone Circle and a wedge tomb. (Hits: 9)
  • Light Years Ago  new  - This photographic study lends support to the proposal that the cairns at Newgrange and Loughcrew were also built to track and record the movements of the sun. Plans, photos and animations. (Hits: 11)
  • Sacred Island: Guided Tours of Ireland's Ancient Sites  new  - Site devoted to megalithic tombs of Co Sligo and Meath. Many very good photographs, drawings, extensive descriptions and clickable maps make this website an enjoyable experience. The author is also a qualified tour guide, so general and specialist tours are offered to the major Irish sacred sites. (Hits: 9)
  • Megalithic Tombs in Waterford  new  - Thorough description of a Court Cairn at Ballinamona Lower, with small maps and plans, along with brief information on other megalithic sites in Waterford. Part of an article about Prehistoric Dungarvan within Dungarvan Museum's website. (Hits: 9)
  • History and Archaeology of Bree  new  - On the "Archaeology" section of this website you can find several photos and brief descriptions of a dolmen, standing stones and the stone circle of Bree, Co Wexford. (Hits: 9)
  • Aegis Archaeology- Gortatlea Enclosure  new  - Aegis Archaeology's website presents details of the company's services, illustrated reports of excavations and a 360-degree panoramic view of a Bronze Age enclosure at Gortatlea, Co Kerry. (Hits: 12)


  • Megaliti  new  - Site devoted to some mysterious monuments in the area of Agrimosco, near Messina (Sicily). It's still unclear if it's an ancient megalithic complex. Brief information and some pictures. In Italian. (Hits: 12)
  • Antiche pietre del Salento  new  - Extensive gazetteer of Apulian megalithic monuments (mainly dolmens and standing stones), with maps, drawings, photos and brief descriptions. In Italian. (Hits: 11)

Other U.K. sites

  • Cruithni: Ulster History  new  - An overview of Ulster history, with good prehistoric sections, timeline and some photos. (Hits: 5)


Directories & Databases

  • Environment and Heritage Service: Historic Monuments  new  - The Environment and Heritage Service is a Northern Irish agency. On this section of its extensive website you can access the Sites & Monuments database and find information on state care and scheduled monuments, excavations, and the Monuments & Building Record. (Hits: 6)

Libraries, Bookstores & Publishers

  • Kennys Bookshop & Art Galleries  new  - A well-known bookshop among Irish archaeologists and historians, specialized in new and second-hand books of Irish interest. Searchable catalogue and online ordering system. (Hits: 6)
  • Book Nest Bookshop  new  - Located in Sligo, in the North West of Ireland, with mail order service. Specialized in books of Irish interest, with reviews and a searchable database. (Hits: 5)
  • De Búrca Rare Books  new  - Company specialized in fine and rare books, maps, manuscripts and prints relating to Ireland. With a stock in excess of 20,000 items. Online book search and ordering. (Hits: 6)
  • Circles of Stones  new  - Max Milligan's wonderful and evocative photos of 70 stone circles have been collected in "Circles of Stones", with text written by Aubrey Burl. This webpage offers a brief presentation of the book, along with a glimpse of Milligan's stunning pictures. (Hits: 6)

Magazines & Newsletters

  • Ulster Journal of Archaeology  new  - Ulster Archaeology Society provides Contents Lists and Abstracts for the Ulster Journal of Archaeology freely available on-line. Full text of articles in PDF format will be available to subscribers. (Hits: 6)
  • The Journal of Irish Archaeology  new  - Established in 1983 to publish and promote research into Irish archaeology and related European topics. With contents and abstracts from current and previous issues. (Hits: 6)

Mailing Lists & Newsgroups

  • Rock Art Club  new  - A place to talk about rupestrian art; established in 2000. (Hits: 5)


  • Cork Historical & Archaeological Society  new  - Founded in 1891 for the collection, preservation and diffusion of all available information regarding the City and County of Cork (Ireland). The society has published a journal since 1892, now available also on CD-ROM. (Hits: 5)
  • Donegal Historical Society  new  - Information about membership, field and coach trips, and the museum of this Irish historical Society. (Hits: 4)
  • Clogher Historical Society  new  - This Society (the largest of its kind in Ireland, with more than 800 members) expolores the historical aspects of a region encompassing all of Co Monaghan, most of Fermanagh, a large part of Tyrone and small portions of both Louth and Donegal (Ireland). Lectures and Tours, access to the Clocher Record Index 1953-2000 and a message centre. (Hits: 5)

Exhibitions & Tours

  • Michael Gibbons' Walking Ireland  new  - Walking tours mainly through Connemara (Ireland) led by archaeologist Michael Gibbons. From day-trips to week-long package tours through ancient and unspoilt landscapes. (Hits: 4)
  • Irish National Heritage Park  new  - This park contains reconstructions of archaeological monuments from various periods. On the website is a concise but clear introduction to Irish archaeology. Among the various events held in the park are demonstrations of "fulacht fiadh" cooking. (Hits: 4)


  • Prehistoric Music Ireland  new  - Site devoted to prehistoric musical instruments in Ireland, from Stone Age to Iron Age. Detailed info on the instruments and on a group that play music on replicas of ancient instruments; songs are available on CD. (Hits: 6)
  • Crestonehenge  new  - Information and images of four stone labyrinths and a modern stone circle located in Crestone, a spiritual community in the mountains of Colorado (U.S.A.). (Hits: 4)

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