This authoritative, accessible and engaging four-volume history vividly presents the Irish story – or stories – from c.600 to the present, within its broader Atlantic, European, imperial and global contexts. While the volumes benefit from a strong political narrative framework, they are distinctive also in including essays that address the full range of social, economic, religious, linguistic, military, cultural, artistic and gender history, and in challenging traditional chronological boundaries in a manner that offers new perspectives and insights.
This guide aims to provide information on key resources for Archaeology in University College Cork Library.The tabs at the top of the page will help you find
See links below for the Archaeology Department's own website, as well as a direct link to the Department's guide to writing essays and specific guidelines for referencing for UCC Archaeology students.
Special Collections: Important collections of rare & older material.
Collections with useful material for Archaeology:
- Celtic Archaeology: Arbois de Jubainville and Torna
- Maritime Archaeology: John De Courcy Ireland Collection
- Classical Period: Transmissions & Transformations of the Ancient World
- Guide to using the Ordnance Survey maps
See also the Guide for Special Collections
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