Publications

Research from work sponsored by the Institute of Irish of Archaeology has appeared in a number of peer-reviewed venues. Here is a short list:

BOOKS

dIS-9782503542928-1-2Thomas Finan,Landscape and History on the Medieval Irish Frontier(2016, Brepols)

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas Finan, Editor. AMedieval Lough Ce: History,

Archaeology, and Landscape(Four Courts, Dublin, 2010)medievalloughce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Finan, Thomas. “Moated Sites in Medieval County Roscommon, Ireland: A Statistical Approach to Defining Borderlands,” in Chateau Gaillard: Etudes de Catellogie Medievale, Aabenraa ( University of Caan, Volume 26, 2014).

Schmalz, Naomi; Finan, Thomas; Organ, Jason. “Dental microwear texture analysis of mandibular molars from Medieval Ireland and England.” Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology Journal 26 (2012): 9976. cg24

Finan, Thomas. “Castle Reconstruction using 3D Computer Technology,” Chateau Gaillard: Etudes de Catellogie Medievale, Rindern (University of Caan, Volume 25, 2012).

Schmalz, Naomi; Finan, Thomas; Organ, Jason. “Bioarchaeology of a medieval Irish ecclesiastical settlement,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Spring, Volume 52, 2011), 135.

Finan, Thomas. “The Hall House at Kilteasheen, Co. Roscommon, Ireland,” Chateau Gaillard: Etudes de Catellogie Medievale, Stirling (Volume 24, 2010).

Read, Chris; Finan, Thomas; Barton, Kevin. “The Ecclesiastical Site at Kilteasheen, Co. Roscommon,” Archaeology: Ireland (Fall, 2005).

PEER REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS

Finan, Thomas. “The lost church at Kilteasheen and the medieval bishops of Elphin,” in Sean Duffy, ed. Princes, Prelates and Poets in Medieval Ireland: Essays in Honour of Katharine Simms (Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2013).

Finan, Thomas. “Hall Houses, Church and State in Thirteenth Century Roscommon: The Case for Ecclesiastical Origins to the Gaelic Hall House,” in The Tower as Late Medieval Lordly Residence (Shaun Tyus Press, 2013)

Beglane, Fiona. “Deer in Medieval Ireland,” in Medieval Lough C: History, Archaeology, Landscape (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2010).

Read, Christopher. “Where the Bishop Sat: The Kilteasheen Archaeological Project,” in Medieval Lough Cé: History, Archaeology, Landscape (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2010).

Finan, Thomas. “O’Conor Grand Strategy and the Connacht Chronicle in the Thirteenth Century,” in Medieval Lough Cé: History, Archaeology, Landscape (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2010).

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