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An excavation was carried out at the Dorsey, Dorsy, Co. Armagh, from 10th June to
2nd August 2002, by the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork, on behalf of the
Environment and Heritage Service: Built Heritage
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The subject of this project is ‘Ulster’s changing borders’, the archaeology and history of the east border region and the changes in the border from earliest times. The counties discussed are Counties Louth and Monaghan and parts of Armagh and Down with the Districts of Armagh, Newry & Mourne and Banbridge.
The top 13 photographs were chosen for this years Ring of Gullion Calendar. See inside for details on how to get your copy.
The Rev Daniel Gunn Brown was a man who believed that the consequence of calling yourself a Christian was that you had to make a stand for social justice and the rights of the oppressed. He used what infl uence he had to improve the lot of the poorest members of society, and forged a working partnership with Fa...
‘Three things one should do every year – listen to a storyteller at a fireside, give a hand in a corn harvest field and climb an Irish mountain.’ Michael J. Murphy ‘Mountain Year’