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TRASNA NA TIRE LECTURE NUMBER 73. 10,000 teeth later: what have I learned ? by Catryn Power

February 25, 2021

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ONLINE LECTURE During the COVID19 pandemic a group of history enthusiasts decided they wanted to continue attending their favourite History lectures while observing best practice social distancing.  And so Trasna na Tíre was born… Every evening Trasna na Tíre brings you a wonderful lecture delivered by Irish historians and enthusiasts, all in the comfort of […]

The Skeletons in my Cupboard by Catryn Power. Lecture 101. for TRASNA NA TIRE

December 27, 2020

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see also https://wordpress.com/post/corkarchaeologist.com/4102 Lecture 73: 10,000 teeth later: what have I learned ? by Catryn Power for Trasna na Tire ONLINE LECTURES During the COVID19 pandemic a group of history enthusiasts decided they wanted to continue attending their favourite History lectures while observing best practice social distancing.  And so Trasna na Tíre was born… Every […]

YOUGHAL HARBOUR

August 5, 2020

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CLOCK GATE, YOUGHAL 1984. CATHERINE STREET, YOUGHAL. WORK PLACE OF WATSON’S STAINED GLASS. 1998. CATHERINE STREET, YOUGHAL A VIEW OF THE FERRY POINT, COUNTY WATERFORD ACROSS YOUGHAL HARBOUR AT THE MOUTH OF THE BLACKWATER RIVER. TAKEN FROM GRADDYS’ OFF WINDMILL HILL IN 1984, ON THE COUNTY CORK SIDE OF THE RIVER. THE ASGARD IN YOUGHAL […]

YOUGHAL, COUNTY CORK, IRELAND HISTORIC MOORING BOLLARDS.

August 4, 2020

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SOME PHOTOS TAKEN IN 1984 OF THREE MARITIME MOORING BOLLARDS, MADE OF METAL. THESE HAD BEEN EMBEDDED INTO THE QUAYSIDE NEAR THE MARKET SQUARE, IN YOUGHAL. THE PHOTOS SHOW HOW LONG THESE OBJECTS WERE. THE WIDTH OF THE BUCKET OF THE JCB IS SIMILAR TO THAT OF THE LENGTH OF THE BOLLARD. THREE QUARTERS OF […]

PALLIATIVE CARE FOR GUM DISEASE, OR EVIDENCE FOR A TASK ACTIVITY? Irish case studies from the prehistoric cave at Killuragh, County Limerick and passage tomb at Fourknocks, County Meath to Medieval Wood Quay, Dublin, and Tintern Minor Abbey, County Wexford by Catryn Power.

August 3, 2020

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see also TRASNA NA TIRE LECTURE NUMBER 73. 10,000 teeth later: what have I learned ? by Catryn Power https://wordpress.com/post/corkarchaeologist.com/4102 During the analysis of the human skeletal remains from the cave at Killuragh, County Limerick (excavated by J. O’Shaughnessy and P.C. Woodman in the 1990’s), one interproximal abrasion groove on the neck of a tooth […]

My Nephew Eric Haacht Artist

July 30, 2020

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My Nephew Eric Haacht artist Eric Haacht, is a self taught portrait painter based in a remote part of the UK. The eighties born artist has been painting for ten years, The first portrait was painted in 2011 and since then has only painted portraits with the goal to explore a concern with the ‘immediacy […]

THE HEALTH OF A BRONZE AGE AND IRON AGE COMMUNITY IN IRELAND by CATRYN POWER

July 29, 2020

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SUMMARY Human skeletal remains comprising two Bronze Age and eighteen Iron Age individuals from a previously unknown and unenclosed cemetery at Betaghstown, County Meath were examined for the National Museum of Ireland following archaeological excavations by Dr. Eamon Kelly in 1977 and 1979. The two primary burials dating to the Bronze Age were placed in […]

POULNABRONE, COUNTY CLARE: THE DENTAL HEALTH OF A NEOLITHIC POPULATION. Catryn Power

June 26, 2020

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A STUNNING AERIAL VIEW OF MULLAGHMORE (GREAT SUMMIT) IN THE BURREN, COUNTY CLARE, IRELAND, TAKEN BY MATTHEW KELLY. During my work on the examination of human skeletal remains from archaeological sites in Ireland there were a small number of my reports which never got published in their entirety. Reports on all of the human skeletal […]

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February 6, 2020

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SOME DENTAL MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF IRISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL POPULATIONS: an aid to biological affinity and the origins of the Irish?

October 4, 2019

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  SOME DENTAL MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF IRISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL POPULATIONS: an aid to biological affinity and the origins of the Irish?   ABSTRACT The aim of this study is to assess the morphology of some aspects of Irish teeth dating from prehistory to late medieval times. Morphological characteristics of the human body such as pigmentation and […]