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The IPMAG newletter is free to all IPMAG members, it contains news items, reviews, and articles on current projects. IPMAG is actively seeking news items of interest - these can be sent to the the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The titles of articles from the current and previous newsletters are listed below, some of which can be viewed (as pdf):


Volume VII 2008-09

Exploring Newfoundland and Maryland. James Lyttleton

A cobbled courtyard in Deerpark, Co, Galway Tom Janes

Jarama: remembering a battlefield. Franc Myles

An estate tenant’s cottage in Moyode, Co. Galway Tom Janes

Unearthing post-medieval Sligo, Castle St. Martin Timoney



Volume VI - Winter 2007

IPMAG VII, Rathmullan Franc Myles

The Kinsale Battlefield Project Damien Shiels

N. Bonaparte and A. Hitler: Annacramph’s role in their downfall James O'Neill and Paul Logue

Digging in the Assay Office Franc Myles

IPMAG in Virginia Audrey Horning



Volume V - Winter 2006

IPMAG VI, Cork James Lyttleton

Glenveagh Cottage Project, Co. Donegal Charles Orser

Monuments of the Kelp Industry in the Ulster Islands Wes Forsythe

Conference Review: CHAT 2005 Franc Myles




Volume IV - Winter 2005

Excavation of a Cottier’s Cabin at Cookstown, Co. Meath. Richard Clutterbuck

Archaeological Assessment at Lisburn Castle Gardens. Ruairí Ó Baoill

Excavations at Ardee Street, Dublin Franc Myles

Excavation of a Limekiln, Danescastle, Co. Wexford Cóilín Ó Drisceoil



Volume III - Summer 2003

Excavations at Waring Street, Belfast.
R. Ó Baoill

Nurember Jetton at Smithfield.
Aoife Doherty

Stradbally North: A post-medieval Burial Ground at Castle Connell, Co. Limerick.
Frank Coyne and Linda Lynch



Volume II - Summer 2002

Pieter van den Ancker mug. C. McCutcheon

The Building of Belfast: Archaeological Investigations at Annadale Brickworks. S. Gilmore

A shadow of the plantation era in a midland village. J. Lyttleton

The Achill Archaeological Field School at the Deserted Village of Slievemore. T. McDonald



The newsletter is edited by Audrey Horning, IPMAG secretary. It is printed and distributed by Tracy Collins.

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