Eachtra Journal

ISSN 2009-2237

Friends of Medieval Dublin: Symposium 2009

May, 2009 · Written by: Maurizio Toscano Print This Page This entry is part 8 of 34 in the Issue 02

Friends of Medieval Dublin

M o n d a y  1 3  A p r i l  2 0 0 9

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THE 11TH MEDIEVAL DUBLIN SYMPOSIUM

The Friends of Medieval Dublin host the
11th medieval Dublin symposium on
SATURDAY 23 MAY 2009

ADMISSION FREE. ALL WELCOME.
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TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, ARTS BUILDING,
ROBERT EMMET THEATRE (ROOM 2037)

09.30 - Registration and opening remarks
SEÁN DUFFY
09.45 - ‘Forty years a-digging’ revisited - after ten years
LINZI SIMPSON
10.30 - Urban plot development: excavations at
nos. 118-124 the Coombe
CLAIRE WALSH
11.10 - Tea & coffee
11.30 - Christ Church cathedral & the tale of two cloisters
MICHAEL O’NEILL
12.10 - Two nations? Gaelicization and cultural exchange
in late medieval Dublin and the Pale
SPARKY BOOKER
12.45 - Lunch
14.00 - Excavations at Portmarnock: from early medieval
enclosure to late medieval vill
COLM MORIARTY
14.40 - Dublin in the dynastic poetry of 11th-
and 12th-century Leinster
EDEL BHREATHNACH
15.15 - Tea & coffee
15.30 - Adventures in the Pill: early waterfront structures
at Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin
TERESA BOLGER
16.10 - The Third Dimension: relationships between architecture,
urban design and archaeology in Modern Dublin
NIALL MCCULLOUGH
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For further information contact Dr Seán Duffy by
email at sduffy@tcd.ie or telephone (01) 896 1368.

Details of the Symposium 2009 are listed online at:
http://fmd.ie/symposia/symposium-2009.html

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