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Ireland's Discovery Programme: progress and prospect

  • John Waddell (a1)
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Much archaeology is publicly funded, but rarely as a venture that is the personal initiative of a head of government. In this invited contribution, John Waddell (National University of Ireland, Galway) reports on the vigorous initiative of the Irish Discovery Programme since its 1991 launch. (And ANTIQUITY's editor notes the speedy rhythm of publication, in which John Waddell has had a role!)

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Bhreathnach, E. 1995. Tarn: a select bibliography. Dublin: Discovery Programme/Royal Irish Academy. Discovery Programme Reports 3.
Eogan, G. 1997. The Discovery Programme: initiation, consolidation and development, Negentiende Kroon-Voordracht gehouden voor de Stichting NederlandsMuseum voor Anthropologie en Prahistorie. Amsterdam: Netherlands Museum voor Anthropologie en Praehistorie.
Newman, C., 1997. Tam: an archaeological survey. Dublin: Discovery Programme and Royal Irish Academy. Discovery Programme Reports 5.
Weir, D. 1995. A palynological study of landscape and agricultural development in County Louth from the second millennium BC to the first millennium AD: final report, Discovery Programme Reports 2: 77126.
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  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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