Archaeology at BloomMAY 28TH, 2019
Results from TII-funded archaeological investigations to feature in Bloom 2019 show garden.
Ranelagh Osteoarchaeology Project lectureMAY 23RD, 2019
Professor Eileen Murphy, Queen's University Belfast, to deliver public lecture in Roscommon town on the Ranelagh Osteoarchaeology Project.
New TII Open DataNOV 28TH, 2018
This autumn has seen the release of significant new open data resources from TII that are now available on the TII Digital Heritage Collections and the Open Topographic Data Viewer. The new digital resources include archaeo-geophysical survey reports and aerial laser survey (Lidar) data commissioned by TII in recent years.
TII announces Heritage Week 2018 programmeJUL 13TH, 2018
TII Archaeology & Heritage announces its programme of nationwide events to mark Heritage Week 2018.
New TII archaeology book showcases Kildare’s first attested stud farmJAN 31ST, 2018
A lost medieval village on the M9 motorway in Kildare represents a unique story in the Irish archaeological record.
New TII book 'a milestone in Irish archaeology'AUG 31ST, 2017
Stories of Ireland's Past, the latest archaeology book published by TII, has won high praise.
TII announces Heritage Week 2017 programmeJUL 21ST, 2017
TII Archaeology & Heritage announces its programme of nationwide events to mark Heritage Week 2017.
New TII Code of Practice for ArchaeologyJUN 28TH, 2017
Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, launch a new Code of Practice for Archaeology.
TII Digital Heritage Collections LaunchJUN 20TH, 2017
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in collaboration with the Digital Repository of Ireland and the Discovery Programme formally launch the TII Digital Heritage Collections in the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
New book from TII Archaeology & HeritageMAR 09TH, 2017
TII Archaeology & Heritage is delighted to announce the publication of The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: the Ballyhanna Research Project, edited by Catriona J McKenzie, Eileen M Murphy and Colm J Donnelly.