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OPW approved Heritage and Community Centre, interpreting the Rathcroghan Celtic Royal Complex, Co. Roscommon.
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 9
For those who would like a further insight into the world of one of our many contributors at this year's Rathcroghan Conference 2019 - Archaeology Above & Below, we recommend you have a look at Sean Browne's fantastic Hell's Kitchen...
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 9
Delighted to be representing RVC at the first Roscommon Tourism Network speed network meeting in the Abbey Hotel Roscommon today, a great initiative which will help attract more visitors to our great county!
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 9
Some images from our 2019 Conference field trip to Baslick Ecclesiastical Site on Sunday. Many thanks to all our attendees and contributors, especially the troublemakers from the back of the bus !!
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 6
A selection of photographs from the opening sessions of the 2019 edition of the Rathcroghan Conference, some excellent talks so far, and looking forward to many more over the coming hours! ...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 26
Posters and Brochures for our Rathcroghan Conference 2019: Archaeology Above and Below have just arrived. Our Conference is just over a week away now on April 6th and 7th and places are fully booked. However, if...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 25
We have now reached our capacity for Rathcroghan Conference 2019 - Archaeology Above & Below, taking place on 6th & 7th April here at Rathcroghan Visitor Centre. We would like to thank everyone who has made our...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 15
We are delighted to announce that our Rathcroghan Conference 2019 - Archaeology Above & Below finalised programme for the weekend of the 6th & 7th April is now available to consult from our conference...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 11
Delighted to see coverage of the Farming Rathcroghan EIP Project in the Spring 2019 issue of Archaeology Ireland
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 8
RATHCROGHAN CONFERENCE Archaeology Above and Below Saturday 6th / Sunday 7th April 2019 Speaker Profiles - 'Maeve Sikora' - 'Artefacts and placemaking: the role of the National Collections' (Keynote Lecture) The...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 5
We are delighted to be able to release our eagerly anticipated programme for the 2019 edition of the Rathcroghan Conference - Archaeology Above & Below, taking place on 6th & 7th April at Rathcroghan...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 2
More new souvenirs and gifts in stock in our Giftshop, many at pocket-money prices, along with many other items to suit all ranges and tastes. Why not drop in to see what is on offer?
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Rathcroghan Centre Feb 8
We are delighted to be able to announce that we are now taking bookings for the sixth edition of our Rathcroghan Conference - Archaeology Above & Below. This year, we will host our community archaeology conference...
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Rathcroghan Centre Feb 5
It is great to have Rathcroghan and Oweynagat included in the recent Lonely Planet featured article on 'Ireland's...
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Rathcroghan Centre Feb 1
The 1st of February marks the celebration of ‘Imbolc’, one of the four major pre-Christian Gaelic Pagan Festivals, (the others being Bealtaine, Lughnasadh and Samhain). Imbolc is possibly derived from the Irish - “i...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 31
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 30
Lovely morning at Rathcroghan Visitors Centre
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 28
Fantastic local walking tours available every Saturday in Roscommon town, a great service not to be missed!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 24
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 24
We are looking to fill the role of Farming Rathcroghan EIP Project Manager, a unique career opportunity in our five year pilot agriculture and heritage partnership project. For more information, visit:...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 22
A very productive Táin March Festival meeting held in Gleesons Restaurant & Rooms last week, and we cannot wait to kick off on 16th May this year with celebrations beginning in Roscommon Town. ...
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