THE JOURNAL OF IRISH ARCHAEOLOGY
JIA I (1983)
Brindley, A.L.; Lanting, J.N. & Mook, W.G.: Radiocarbon dates from the Neolithic burials at Ballintruer More, Co. Wicklow and Ardcrony, Co. Tipperary, 1-9.
Sheridan, Alison: A reconsideration of the origins of Irish metallurgy, 11-19.
Waddell, John: Rathcroghan- a royal site in Connacht, 21-46.
Lynn, C.J.: Some 'early' ringforts and crannogs, 47-58.
Scott, B.G.: An early Irish law tract on the blacksmith's forge, 59-62.
JIA II (1984)
Harbison, Peter: The bronze crucifixion plaque said to be from St. John's (Rinnagan), near Athlone, 1-18.
Lynn, C.J.: Some fragments of exotic porphyry found in Ireland, 19-32.
Briggs, Stephen: The discovery and description of trench mines at Derricarhoon Td, Co. Cork, in 1846, 33-40.
Jackson, John: The age of primitive copper mines on Mount Gabriel, West County Cork, 41-50.
Brannon, N.F.: An examination of a bronze cauldron from Raffrey Bog, Co. Down, 51-57.
McCorry, Maureen & Harper, David A.T.: A preliminary multivariate analysis of everted rim pottery from Ireland, 59-63.
Mallory, J.P.: The origins of the Irish, 65-69.
Waddell, John: Bronzes and bones, 71-72.
Cleary, R.M.: Bone tempered Beaker potsherd, 73-75.
Ivens, R.: A note on grass-marked pottery, 77-79.
JIA III (1985-86)
Molleson, Theya I.: New radiocarbon dates for the occupation of Kilgreany cave, County Waterford, 1-3.
ApSimon, Arthur: Chronological contexts for Irish megalithic tombs, 5-15.
Sheridan, Alison: Megaliths and megalomania: an account, and interpretation, of the development of passage tombs in Ireland, 17-30.
Monk, M.A.: Evidence from macroscopic plant remains for crop husbandry in prehistoric and early historic Ireland: a review, 31-36.
McCormick, Finbar: Faunal remains from prehistoric Irish burials, 37-48.
Power, Catryn: Diet and disease: evidence from the human dental remains in two Medieval Irish populations, 49-53.
Harbison, Peter: The Derrynaflan ladle: some parallels illustrated, 55-58.
Kelly, J.G.: A petrographic note on two samples from St. Patrick's Cross, Cashel, 59.
McNeill, T.E.: Church building in 14th century Ireland and the 'Gaelic Revival', 61-64.
Kenny, Michael: Irish coin hoards of the 17th century: their historical and archaeological significance, 65-67.
Lynn, C.J.: Lagore, County Meath and Ballinderry No. 1, County Westmeath crannogs: some possible structural reinterpretations, 69-73.
Warner, R.B.: The date of the start of Lagore, 75-77.
JIA IV (1987-88)
Reed, Robert C.: Irish court tombs: a minimal colonisation model, 1-6.
Cooney, Gabriel: Irish Neolithic settlement and its European context, 7-11.
Brindley, A.L.; Lanting, J.N. & Mook, W.G.: Radiocarbon dates from Moneen and Labbacallee, County Cork, 13-20.
Briggs, C.S.: Were there two cauldrons from Raffrey, Co. Down?, 21-22.
Waddell, John: Excavation at 'Dathi's Mound', Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon, 23-36.
Manning, Conleth: The stone-built ringfort entrance at Cahirvagliair, Cappeen, Co. Cork, 37-54.
Macleod, D.; Monk, M. & Williams, T.: The use of the single context recording system on a seasonally excavated site in Ireland: a learning experience, 55-63.
Excavations bulletin 1977-79: summary account of archaeological excavations in Ireland, 65-79.
JIA V (1989-90)
Brindley, A.L. & Lanting, J.N.: Radiocarbon dates for Neolithic single burials, 1-7.
O'Brien, William; Northover, Peter & Cameron, Esther: An Early Bronze Age metal hoard from a wedge tomb at Toormore, Co. Cork, 9-17.
Ó Donnabháin, B & Brindley, A.L.: The status of children in a sample of Bronze Age burials containing pygmy cups, 19-24.
Brindley, A.L.; Lanting, J.N. & Mook, W.G.: Radiocarbon dates from Irish fulachta fiadh and other burnt mounds, 25-33.
Ireland, Aideen: A seventeenth-century find of gold ornaments, 35-36.
Earwood, Caroline: Radiocarbon dating of late prehistoric wooden vessels, 37-44.
Newman, Conor: Notes on some Irish hanging bowl escutcheons, 45-48.
Ó Floinn, Raghnall: A fragmentary house-shaped shrine from Clonard, Co. Meath, 49-55.
McNeill, T.E.: Early castles in Leinster, 57-64.
Manning, C & Hurl, D.: Excavations Bulletin 1980-1984: summary account of archaeological excavations in Ireland, 65-80.
JIA VI (1991-92)
Mandal, Stephen; Cooney, Gabriel; Grogan, Eoin; O'Carroll, Finola & Guinan, Bernard: A review of the petrological techniques being utilised to identify, group and source Irish stone axes, 1-11.
Brindley, A.L. & Lanting, J.N.: Radiocarbon dates from the cemetery at Poulawack, Co. Clare, 13-17.
Brindley, A.L. & Lanting, J.N.: Radiocarbon dates from wedge tombs, 19-26.
Earwood, Caroline: A radiocarbon date for Early Bronze Age wooden polypod bowls, 27-28.
Waddell, John: The Irish Sea in prehistory, 29-40.
Sheehan, John: Coiled armrings-an Hiberno-Viking silver armring type, 41-53.
Whitfield, Niamh & Okasha, Elizabeth: The Killamery Brooch: its stamped ornament and inscription, 55-60.
JIA VII (1996)
Mount, Charles: The environmental siting of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in the Bricklieve and Moytirra uplands, County Sligo, 1-11.
Zvelebil, M; Macklin, M.G.; Passmore, D.G & Ramsden, P.: Alluvial archaeology in the Barrow Valley, Southeast Ireland: the "Riverford Culture" re-visited, 13-40.
Mandal, Stephen & Cooney, Gabriel: The Irish Stone Axe Project: a second petrological report, 41-64.
Simpson, D.D.A.: Irish perforated stone implements in context, 65-76.
McCormick, Finbar; Gibbons, Michael; McCormac, Francis Gerard & Moore, Janine: Bronze Age to Medieval coastal shell middens near Ballyconneely, 77-84.
Lanting, J.N. & Brindley, A.L.: Irish logboats and their European context, 85-95.
O'Conor, Kieran: Dunamase Castle, 97-115.
JIA VIII (1997)
Kilbride Jones, H.E. (with contributions by J. C. Brindley & E. Harbison Soergel): An unrecorded enclosure and megalithic chamber in Keeldrum Lower, County Donegal, 1-23.
Earwood, Caroline: Bog butter: a two thousand year history, 25-42.
Ó Ríordáin, Breandáin (with contributions by A.L. Brindley & Barra Ó Donnabháin): A Bronze Age cemetery mound at Grange, Co. Roscommon, 43-72.:
Avery, Michael: The patterns of the Broighter Torc, 73-89.
Newman, Conor: Ballinderry Crannóg No. 2, Co. Offaly: the Later Bronze Age, 91-100.
Comber, Michelle: Lagore Crannóg and non-ferrous metalworking in Early Historic Ireland, 101-114.
O'Sullivan, Aidan: Interpreting the archaeology of Late Bronze Age lake settlements, 115-121.
JIA IX (1998)
Lanting, J.N. & Brindley, A.L.: Dating cremated bone, the dawn of a new era, 1-7.
Corlett, Christiaan: The prehistoric ritual landscape of Croagh Patrick, Co. Mayo, 9-26.
Jones, Carleton: The discovery and dating of the prehistoric landscape of Roughan Hill in Co. Clare, 27-43.
Brindley, A.L. & Lanting, J.N.: Radiocarbon dates for Irish trackways, 45-67.
Ó Faoiláin, Simon & Northover, J.P.: The technique of Late Bronze Age sword production in Ireland, 69-88.
Doyle, Ian: The Early Medieval activity at Dalkey Island, Co. Dublin: a re-assessment, 89-103.
Swift, Catherine: Forts and fields: a study of 'monastic towns' in the seventh and eighth century Ireland, 105-125.
Manning, Conleth: Some unpublished Austin Cooper illustrations, 127-134.
Redfern, Sam: A framework for digital survey from aerial photographs, 135-149.
Lanting, J/N. & van der Plicht, J.: Reservoir effects and apparent 14C-ages, 151-165.
JIA X (2001)
Ireland, Aideen: Colonel William Gregory Wood-Martin, antiquary, 1847–1917, 1-11.
Doody, Martin: Medium altitude aerial photographic survey in East Limerick and West Tipperary, 13-24.
Northover, J.P.N. (Peter); O'Brien, William & Stos, Sophie: Lead isotopes and metal circulation in Beaker/Early Bronze Age Ireland, 25-47.
Whitfield, Niamh: A filigree panel and a coin from an Irish crannog at Alnwick Castle, with an appendix on the discovery of crannogs at Strokestown, Co. Roscommon, 49-72.
Comber, Michelle: Trade and communication networks in Early Historic Ireland, 73-92.
Sheehan, John; Hansen, Steffen Stummann & Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: A Viking Age maritime haven: a reassessment of the island settlement at Beginish, Co. Kerry, 93-119.
O'Sullivan, Jerry: Ethics and the archaeology of human remains, 121-151.
JIA XI (2002)
Barrett, Gillian: Flights of discovery: archaeological air survey in Ireland, 1989–2000, 1-29.
Purcell, Avril: Excavation of three Neolithic houses at Corbally, Kilcullen, County Kildare, 31-75.
Dowd, Marion A.: Kilgreany, Co. Waterford: biography of a cave, 77-97.
Newman, Conor: Ballinderry Crannóg No. 2, Co. Offaly: pre-crannóg Early Medieval horizon, 99-123.
Warner, Richard: Beehive querns and Irish 'La Tène' articles: a statistical test of the cultural relatedness, 125-130.
Mytum, Harold & Evans, Robert: The evolution of an Irish graveyard during the eighteenth century: the example of Killeevan, Co. Monaghan.
Ireland, Aideen M.: Robert Chambers Walker: a Sligo antiquarian, 147-187.
JIA XII and XIII (2003–4)
O’Donovan, Edmond: A Neolithic house at Kishoge, Co. Dublin, 1-27.
O’Flaherty, Ronan: In the eye of the beholder: some factors affecting the recording of context for Irish halberds, 29-32.
Comey, Marton G.: Stave-built wooden vessels from maedieval Ireland, 33-77.
O’ Neill, John: Lapidibus in igne calefactis coquebatur: the historical burnt mound ‘tradition’, 79-85.
Sikora, Maeve: Diversity in Viking Age horse burial: a comparative study of Norway, Iceland, Scotland and Ireland, 87-109.
Mytum, Harold: Artefact biography as an approach to material culture: Irish gravestones as a material form of genealogy, 111-127.
JIA XIV (2005)
Leon, Barbara C.: Mesolithic and Neolithic activity on Dalkey Island—a reassessment, 1-21.
Cleary, Kerri: Skeletons in the closet: the dead among the living on Irish Bronze Age settlements, 23-42.
Doyle, Ian W.: Excavation of a prehistoric ring-barrow at Kilmahuddrick, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, 43-75.
Monk, M.A. & Kelleher, E.: An assessment of the archaeological evidence for Irish corn-drying kilns in the light of the results of the archaeological experiments and archaeobotanical studies, 77-114.
Dowd, Marion A. & Fairburn, Neil: Excavations at Farranastack, Co. Kerry: evidence for the use of shaft furnaces in medieval iron production, 115-121.
JIA XV (2006)
Hull, Graham (with contributions by Penny Johnson and Lorna O’Donnell): Excavation of a Bronze Age round-house at Knockdomny, Co. Westmeath, 1-14.
Dowling, Gerard: The liminal boundary: an analysis of the sacral potency of the ditch at Ráith na Ríg, Tara, Co. Meath, 15-37.
Schot, Roseanne: Uisneach Midi a medón Érenn: a prehistoric ‘cult’ centre and ‘royal site’ in Co. Westmeath, 39-71.
Sherlock, Rory: Cross-cultural occurrences of mutations in tower-house architecture: evidence for cultural homogeneity in late medieval Ireland? 73-91.
Rogers, Tom; Fibiger, Linda; Lynch, L.G. & Moore, Declan: Two glimpses of nineteenth-century institutional burial practice in Ireland: a report on the excavation of burials from Manorhamilton Workhouse, Co. Leitrim, and St Brigid’s Hospital, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, 93-104.
Ní Cheallaigh, Máirín: Going astray in the fort field: ‘traditional’ attitudes towards ringforts in nineteenth-century Ireland, 105-115.
JIA XVI (2007)
Gavin, Fiona & Newman, Conor: Notes on Insular silver in the ‘Military Style’, 1-10.
FitzPatrick, Elizabeth: Interpreting a cultural landscape: a case for seaweed-harvesting at Aughris, Co. Sligo, 11-33.
Mullins, Clare: Socketed longbone points: a study of the Irish material with reference to British and Continental examples, 35-59.
Baker, Christine: Excavations at Cloncowan II, Co. Meath, 61-132.