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In Search of Ancient Ireland
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Companion Book & VHS

The companion book to IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT IRELAND, co-authored by Carmel McCaffrey and Leo Eaton, will be available in September 2002 from publisher Ivan R. Dee.

The VHS of the 3-part series is now available through ShopPBS.
Resources: Web Links

RTE: In Search of Ancient Ireland
The Irish National Public Service Broadcasting Organisation's companion site to the IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT IRELAND documentary.

CELT: The Corpus of Electronic Texts
U.C.C.'S online resource for Irish history, literature, and politics. CELT, the Corpus of Electronic Texts, brings the wealth of Irish literary and historical culture to the Internet. It has a searchable online database consisting of contemporary and historical topics.

An online journal of medieval history, with a focus on Irish history, published by the History Department at Ireland's University College, Cork. The University's Web site also hosts the Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland, edited by Professor Donnchadh Ó Corráin.

Four Courts Press
A major publisher of Celtic and medieval books worldwide, Four Courts Press features books by Donnchadh Ó Corráin and many other contributors to IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT IRELAND.

Electronic Irish Records Dataset
An excellent resource for Irish data, this "scholar's notebook" is supported by the Ireland Fund of Monaco.

Newgrange & Knowth Megalithic Passage Tombs
Information on the ancient Neolithic tombs built on the east coast of Ireland years before England's Stonehenge and the Pyrimids of Giza in Egypt.

Irish National Heritage Park
This site provides information on Irish history from the Stone Age through the Norman invasion.

Prehistoric Music in Ireland
Web site detailing the exciting recent discoveries of Bronze Age horns and other instruments of ancient Ireland.

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Rock of Cashel
Monastery ruins
Top: The Rock of Cashel, royal site of the kings of Munster.
Bottom: Ruins of a monastery in Inishmurray.