The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB) : The ultimate bibliography of the archaeology of the
British Isles. On-line abstracts and bibliographic references to nearly 200,000 documents dating from 1695AD to the present day, fully searchable in
a relational database structure. The full on-line service will be launched in spring, 2003. A prototype version is available now to try out and comment
on: tell them what you like, what you want to see develop and what you don't like.
ARCHway Searchable listing of the archaeology journals held by over 20 UK university,
museum and private libraries. Full tables of contents of a number of UK journals, including the Ulster Journal of Archaeology. The
Citation Index allows you to search within all these journals simultaneously.
BiblioMara is an annotated indexed bibliography of cultural and maritime heritage studies of the Irish
coastal zone. The 2004 edition contains 2964 references, which can be browsed in PDF or DATABASE format. The PDF version can be downloaded free
of charge. A search for the word 'archaeological' turns up 605 references.
Open Archive - Open Archive is an accessible library of user generated reports and publications where
archaeology societies, PhD research students, graveyard recording and community groups can share their discoveries with a wide audience. In other
words, 'grey literature' relating to UK archaeology accessible to everyone, and of course searchable, because it's digitised. Open Library has a
Irish books on the Internet Archive -
Direct links to scanned originals of out-of-copyright books of Irish interest on the Internet Archive. You can 'turn' the pages on screen or
read them conventionally. You can zoom in to larger sizes. They can also be printed out.
Wordwell Books Archaeological publishers and booksellers. Publishers of
Archaeology Ireland, a quarterly popular magazine
about the latest developments in Irish archaeology. This can be ordered (back issues and subs) through the site, as can a large range of archaeology
books. Tel: +353-1-2862649; Fax: +353-1-2864215
Four Courts Press, one of Ireland's leading academic book publishers, publish many titles of historical
and archaeological interest, including the new book on Irish Ringforts by Matthew Stout.
The Collins Press of Cork publishes on a wide range of subjects, with a growing archaeology
section. The latest addition to this is Temples of Stone by Carleton Jones of UCG. This describes Ireland's megalithic tombs, and includes a list
of 100 sites 'worth visiting'.
Cork University Press The oldest university press in Ireland, founded in 1925. Specializes in the broad
field of Irish Cultural Studies. Its catalogue includes books of archaeological interest.
Curach Bhán publications Specialist Publishers for: Celtic Studies - International Archaeology -
Philology - Linguistics & Language Studies - Cultural Anthropology - Social Sciences – &c...
Alternative URL: www.curach-bhan.de
Alan Godfrey Maps Reprints of old Ordnance Survey maps, both the One-inch and 25-inch series (the
latter is reduced to approximately 14 inches to a mile for reprinting). The range is gradually being increased.
The Burren and the Aran Islands: New book by Dr Carleton Jones based on the work of Burren Archaeology
Research. This page gives a brief description of the archaeology of both the areas dealt with in the book. Mysterious Turkish and Japanese advertising
links at the bottom of the page.
Light Years Ago - A new book examining the possible role of the megalithic tombs at Newgrange and Cairn T,
Loughcrew, as solar calendars.
The Book Nest: Bookshop in Sligo with mail order service. Specialising in books of Irish interest. Free
postage in Ireland for all books. The site includes reviews and a Book of the Week.
Celtic Studies Bibliography: A bibliography, under various headings including
Art and Archaeology, based on recent volumes of various journals, including the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland and
Emania. It is being prepared by the Celtic Studies Society of America.
De Búrca Rare Books: As the name suggests, this company specialises in rare works. It also
publishes reprints of the more sought-after older works.
Kennys' Bookshop and Art Galleries, Galway. This shop, well-known among archaeologists and historians
in Ireland and abroad, specialises in new and second-hand books of Irish interest. This on-line service allows you to search the catalogue and to order