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Rathcroghan Centre
OPW approved Heritage and Community Centre, interpreting the Rathcroghan Celtic Royal Complex, Co. Roscommon.
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 20
Thanks is due to Monumental Ireland, a fantastic project, for their great profile of Rathcroghan, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves!
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 18
All set to spread the and Roscommon news at this year’s Fáilte Ireland ! Looking forward to converting the masses and bringing them across the Shannon
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 17
David Craig of IrishSights very kindly agreed to conduct an aerial survey on Ard Caoin as part of the and you can see David’s spectacular efforts below!
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 16
One of the outputs from our annual is the targeting of a monument for aerial coverage, and Copter View were one of the valued contributors who kindly agreed to target ‘the monument formerly known as Dumha Selga’. Check out...
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 14
Here are a few photographs from a fantastic first day of the . Looking forward to tomorrow and the conference fieldtrip!
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 13
All set for our 5th annual We look forward to welcoming all of our attendees and contributors to another sold out conference! Please note: the conference car...
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 6
We are looking to add to our catering team here at the Táin Café. Follow the link for more information!
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 5
We are delighted to hear that the Black Donkey Brewery is progressing at pace, the Morrigan yeast, harvested from cave, is producing trial batches of beer. Like the...
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Rathcroghan Centre Apr 3
The AYIA conference has extended its deadline until this Friday, if you are looking for an excellent opportunity to present on current or recently completed research. Follow the information below to be considered
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 30
The concept of the Otherworld is central to Irish mythology, and this TED-Ed video provides a wonderful illustrated introduction to it’s essence!
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 25
An interesting short article on what we ate before the arrival of the potato 🥔! We love our 🥛
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 21
One of the Heritage Council's Adopt a Monument Scheme sites, Doon Fort, Co. Donegal, will be featured on tonight's Nationwide at 7.00pm. We are delighted that members of the Ardara GAP Heritage and History Group...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 21
Rathcroghan Conference - Archaeology Above & Below, Finalised programme of lectures. For those attending the conference, please find a link to our 2018...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 20
Rathcroghan Conference 2018 - Sold Out. Please be advised that this year's Rathcroghan Conference - Archaeology Above & Below, 14th - 15th April is now closed for bookings. We have reached our capacity. Should you...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 16
We are delighted to be featured on the new Heritage Hour on RosFM 94.6, with Frank Scott, and we wish the...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 16
Rathcroghan Conference 2018 UPDATE - Since we last posted on the conference, we have been able to add Emeritus...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 16
Rathcroghan Conference 2018 UPDATE - Since we last posted on the conference, we have been able to add Emeritus...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 13
If you didn't manage to catch our recent appearance on 's ! you can catch up with the repeat on...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 11
Delighted to be featured on episode 4 of TG4's tourism series, Beidh Mé Ar Ais. Great footage of Úaim Crúachain...
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Rathcroghan Centre Mar 3
Great to see that Medb/Meabh is as popular as ever. A true national icon....
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