Newsletter, updates & seasons greetings

Its been a while since we updated on progress in the field school; we have been busy working on preparations for 2012, including a new winter programme which starts in January. We are also launching a new quarterly newsletter (see below) to keep you updated on the community and public archaeology aspect of the field school.

We’ll be off-line for the holidays between December 24th and January 3rd, so we would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very merry Christmas, and a happy new year!

From,

Fin, Steve & Bairbre

IAFS Newsletter No 2011.01

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About Irish Archaeology Field School

The Irish Archaeology Field School (IAFS) is Ireland’s leading provider of university accredited, site based archaeological research and training. Our archaeological and heritage programs include research projects in a number of locations in Ireland, including in Co. Wexford and Co. Offaly (with satellite schools frequently undertaken elsewhere). We provide credited and uncredited programs (and internships) for novice and experienced students, and also specialise in the preparation of purpose-built faculty led programs incorporating excavation, historical research, remote sensing, non-invasive survey, ground investigation, landscape assessment etc. Whilst our programs are excavation-centered and aimed primarily at students of archaeology, anthropology and history, courses are open to all, and are guaranteed to give you an enriching and thoroughly worthwhile study abroad adventure.
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2 Responses to Newsletter, updates & seasons greetings

  1. Hello: I am hoping to visit Ireland in February and will be in Navan which is pretty close to Trim. Would there be a way I could at least visit the site ?

    Thanks
    Vito

    • blackfriary says:

      Hi Vito,

      When will you be in Navan? the excavation is closed for winter (re-opening in May) however it is still possible to visit the site..there is not much to see above ground though! Trim is worth a visit regardless. Let us know when you will be here and we might be able to show you around if the timing suits!

      IAFS

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