Down by the Liffeyside in Medieval Times
Full title: The Port of Medieval Dublin: archaeological excavations at the Civic Offices, Winetavern Street, Dublin, 1993
Creator / Author: Andrew Halpin, with contributions by Aidan O’Sullivan and others.
Item Type / Page count: Book / 189p
When Published: 2000
Publisher / Place of Publication: Four Courts Press Ltd. / Fumbally Court, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8.
About: This book is a detailed account of archaeological investigations that took place during the second phase of the construction of the Civic Offices of Dublin Corporation at Wood Quay. Specifically this dig took place at the proposed location of the car park and uncovered evidence of 12th and 13th century activities at the site.
ID number(s): 1851825843 / 1851825851
Chapters: Introduction — Historical background — Stratigraphy of the site — The wooden waterfronts: a study of their construction, carpentry and use of trees and woodlands / Aidan O’Sullivan — Dendrochronological analysis of oak wood samples – Analysis of sediment samples — The medieval pottery — Medieval boat and ship timbers / Aidan O’Sullivan — Building materials: architectural fragments, roofing tiles and slates, floor tiles — The leather finds — The small finds: stone, metal, wood, bone and antler. Stone artefacts – Wooden artefacts / Aiden O’Sullivan and Mary Deevy — Metal artefacts – Artefacts of bone and antler – Conclusions – Bibliography.
WW Connection #1: Aidan O’Sullivan is a native of Valleymount in West Wicklow.
Extra #1: includes maps, plans, photographs and illustrations.
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Extra #4: Link to Aidan O’Sullivan’s online presence on Academia.edu