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21st Medieval Dublin Symposium

May 18
Free

This year’s Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium will take place in the Robert Emmet Theatre (Room 2037) in the Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin, and will provided a wealth of new information on this fascinating medieval city.

List of speakers include:

Aisling Collins & Jacqueline Mac Dermott – Excavations at 124-128 The Coombe

Ruth Johnson – A twelfth-century graffito from the Coombe

Edel Bhreathnach – Saints’ dedications in Viking Dublin: Irish, Scandinavian and others

Alan Hayden – Throwing a spanner among the pigeons: recent finds at St Sepulchre’s Palace

Catherine Swift – Scandinavian skinners and transient traders in early Anglo-Norman Dublin and Limerick

Siobhan Osgood – What lies beneath: the architectural evolution of St Mary’s Abbey, Dublin

Lynn Kilgallon – Parliament and politics in fifteenth-century Ireland: the chronicle of Henry Marlborough

Paul Duffy – Sunk, ditched and buried: recent excavations at Aungier Street/Stephens Street, Dublin

Details

Date: May 18
Cost: Free

Venue

Venue Name: Trinity College Dublin
Address: College Green
Dublin 2, Ireland

Organizer

Organizer Name: Friends of Medieval Dublin