Specialists, Illustrators, Geophysics
Specialists and illustrators: E-mail addresses of specialists who can analyse finds and samples; also conservators,
illustrators and geophysicists (for photographers, see the photography section)
A.C.S. Ltd. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEYING UNIT -
We provide a wide range of Geophysical and Topographical techniques to suit all
archaeological requirements. Available for commercial, research and academic surveys and consultancy.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL WOOD. Simon Gannon -
Charcoal and wood analysis: species identification, technological and
ecological interpretation. Reconstruction and replication of objects and structures.
Telephone: 087-282 2009
ARCHAEOPHYSICA Ltd. -
Reconnaissance & Geophysics for Archaeology throughout Europe. Experienced providers of high quality
geophysical and topographical surveys, analysis & visualisation and industry leaders in caesium vapour magnetometry & rapid electromagnetic
surveys. Proven capability of projects from gardens to major infrastructure development.
Telephone: +44 (0) 7050 369789
BALLIN, Dr. Torben Bjarke -
lithics specialist and Director of Lithic Research. Though based in Scotland, services are offered throughout the British Isles.
Address: Banknock Cottage, Denny, Stirlingshire FK6 5NA. Telephone: 01324 840 968.
E-mail: please make initial contact by post.
BEGLANE, Fiona, MSc -
Zooarchaeologist. Freelance analysis of mammal bones and marine molluscs.
Assistant Lecturer of Archaeology, School of Science, IT Sligo. www.itsligo.ie
Research interests include social and cultural aspects of past human interaction with animals.
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
BONSALL, James -
Archaeological Geophysicist and Upland Surveyor, Earthsound Archaeological Geophysics, Prospect House, Drumagh, Claremorris, County Mayo. Tel +353 (0)94 936 2228, Mobile +353 (0)87 2427 846
DALY, Cathy -
Arch Con Labs Ltd. All aspects of archaeological and museum object conservation.
DRISCOLL, Killian PhD -
lithics specialist. See LITHICS IRELAND CONSULTANCY
EARTHSOUND ARCHAEOLOGICAL GEOPHYSICS -
National and International archaeological geophysics unit based in Ireland. We provide an economical, efficient, friendly and professional service, utilising our specialist knowledge of archaeo-geophysics, topographical and geodetic surveys and upland archaeology to bring you a competitive and experienced all-in-one surveying unit, available for commercial and academic surveys and consultancy. We have undertaken a large amount of geophysical and topographical work on national road projects, quarries and residential and commercial developments as well research and rescue archaeology.
Visit our website at www.earthsound.net, email Survey@earthsound.net, or direct your carrier pigeons to Earthsound, Prospect House, Drumagh, Claremorris, County Mayo.
ELLIOTT, Ian S. -
MA in Physics (TCD), MSc in Archaeological Prospection (Bradford), BA (Hons) Archaeology and Geography (NUI), Director and Senior Archeo-Geophysicist at Irish Geophysical and Archaeological Surveys Ltd.
A brief introduction to the services provided by this company specialising in
archaeological illustrations, including reconstruction drawings and artifact illustrations.
GANNON, Simon: see ARCHAEOLOGICAL WOOD
GeoArc Ltd -
An Irish geophysical consultancy company based in Galway and specialising in archaeological geophysics.
GLEESON, Caitriona, MA -
Specialist in medieval and post-medieval leather artefacts.
- GRIDPOINT SOLUTIONS Ltd -
an all-Ireland company specialising in 3 Dimensional Laser Scanning, Geodetic Surveying (using Global Position Systems) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for the heritage, engineering and construction sectors.
7 Bathgate Drive, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT4 2BA. Tel: 07803903384 / 07815055196
IPEAN - The Irish Palaeoecology and Environmental Archaeology Network-
This is a website-based network for specialists in these fields, whether working independently, based in companies, or in academic
and research positions. The site includes a directory of specialists, a list of on-line databases and information on courses.
IRISH GEOPHYSICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEYS (IGAS) LTD. -
A Dublin- and Cavan-based consultancy, providing archaeo-geophysical and EDM survey services to the commercial, public and academic sectors of the archeological industry.
IRISH GIS AND SPATIAL SERVICES (IGSS) -
as well as GIS services, IGSS now provides a full archaeological service including survey, geophysics, excavation, monitoring and reporting. See also WISE, Peter
KAVANAGH, Hugh -
Independent surveyor and illustrator based in Co. Cork. Services offered include GPS and Total Station survey services, digitizing of plans, production of graphics for reports and publications, measured architectural surveys and artefact photography. Council member of the Association of Archaeological Surveyors and Illustrators.
is a one-man research facility carrying out basic and sophisticated analyses of lithic assemblages and their contexts. The unit was established in 1999 by Dr. Torben Bjarke Ballin. Specialist services are provided to archaeological units, universities and museums, tailoring approach and methodology to the specific lithic material, its research potential, and funding. Though based in Scotland, services are offered throughout the British Isles.
Address: Banknock Cottage, Denny, Stirlingshire FK6 5NA. Phone: 01324 840 968.
E-mail: please make initial contact by post.
LITHICS IRELAND CONSULTANCY -
Specialist evaluation reports, post-excavation assessments and publication reports for stone artifacts and all artificially-modified stone objects.
Proprietor: Killian Driscoll
Website: Website: www.lithicsireland.ie
LYNCH, Linda -
Consultant human Osteoarchaeologist (including cremations) and licence-eligible archaeologist. PhD student in University College Cork researching health in post-medieval Ireland.
LYNCH, Patricia -
Consultant Osteoarchaeologist including analysis of both human (including cremations) and animal bones. I am also a licensed archaeologist.
LYONS, Susan BA, MSc -
Environmental Archaeologist with Headland Archaeology Ltd. Specialist in plant macrofossil analysis, especially wood/charcoal, cereal and seed identification.
NICHOLLS, John -
Archaeological Geophysicist with TARGET Archaeological
Geophysics. MSc Archaeological Prospection, Department Of Archaeological Sciences 1994-5. Specialist in a wide range of geophysical techniques for preliminary archaeological site assessment, including motorway route selection assessments, pipeline corridors, industrial and residential development.
O'CONNELL, Prof. Michael -
Palaeoenvironmental Research Unit, Department of Botany, National University of Ireland, Galway. Pollen analyst with particular interest in reconstruction of post-glacial land-use, vegetation and climate history based on investigation of peats and lake sediments.
O'DOCHARTAIGH, Eavan -
Archaeologist and Illustrator based in County Galway. Specialising in artefact illustration and also experienced in the production of Cultural Heritage sections for Environmental Impact Statements. Previous employers include The National Museum of Ireland and The National Museum of Iceland. Licentiate member of The Association of Archaeological Illustrators and Surveyors.
ODK Resources -
osteoarchaeological consultancy based in Cork. We provide a range of analytical services covering the study of human and animal bones, from on-site assessment/excavation through to post-excavation analysis and publication. Phone: +353 87 969 6114.
O'HARE, Dr. Maria. B: -
Freelance lithic specialist with several years experience producing post-excavation lithic reports for archaeological companies from all over Ireland. Main research interests are stone use throughout the Irish prehistoric period, the Irish Bronze Age and its chronology. I have a particular interest in the continued use of stone within the metalworking era.
PROFESSIONAL POST-EXCAVATION SERVICES (P.P.S.)-
Carries out finds conservation and storage, and site research. Drogheda-based, but operates throughout Ireland.
47 John St. Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland. Tel. +353-41-9872822.
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
REILLY, Eileen, BA MSc Dip EIA MIAI. -
Environmental archaeologist specialising in the study of insect remains from archaeological (wetland and urban) and palaeoecological deposits and their use in environmental reconstruction. Currently PhD student at Trinity College examining insect remains from woodland hollows in western and south-western Ireland.
E-mail: work: email@example.com home: firstname.lastname@example.org
RILEY, Helen -
Freelance Archaeological Illustrator & Surveyor. Full graphics service available as well as all aspects of archaeological illustration (including CAD), publication and exhibition design. BA (Hons) degree in Graphic Design and 13 years experience of working within archaeology and architectural surveying.
STUIJTS, Dr. Ingelise -
Environmental archaeologist, since 1976 working on wood and charcoal from various archaeological settings (Carthage in North Africa, Satricum in Italy, Ilipinar in Turkey, various sites in Netherlands and Ireland). Also specializes in seeds and pollen. Working in Ireland as well as the Netherlands. Currently involved in the Lisheen Archaeological Project (Tipperary), West End and Back Lane in Dublin (with Margaret Gowen & Co.).
Thesis (1993): Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation of West Java, Indonesia. Various other publications. In 1996 translation of book on bog bodies Through Nature to Eternity by Dr. Wijnand van der Sanden from Dutch to Danish.
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
TARGET Archaeological Geophysics -
An experienced and professional geophysical prospection service for archaeologists, architects, consulting engineers, and property developers. Reconnaissance and mapping, gradiometry, resistivity, and electromagnetics. Motorway route selection assessments, pipeline corridors, industrial and residential development.
TIETZSCH-TYLER, Daniel MAAIS MIAI -
Illustrator, specialising in archaeological/historical reconstruction drawings. If you want to know what life was really like in the past,
you need to look at reconstruction drawings. Even the most detailed description of postholes or stone ruins tells you little
compared to the way informed imagination can bring the whole scene to life. The almost photographic detail in Daniel Tietzsch-Tyler's
drawings makes you feel almost as though you were there. His website shows some samples, but you are likely to come across the
full-size drawings in the course of visiting sites or reading about them. Recent projects include St Brendan's medieval house, the Desmond castle in Newcastle West and the 19th century copper
mines in County Waterford. Current projects include Tintern Cistercian Abbey (Co. Wexford), Kilkenny Castle and Roscommon Castle.
Address: 3 Glenview Drive, Shelbourne Park, Limerick
Telephone: +353 61 322072, mobile +353 87 2390405.
WELLS, Sharon -
Freelance archaeological illustrator; artifacts, plans, buildings etc. Licentiate member of the Association of Archaeological Illustrators and Surveyors. Graphic design and draughting services also available.
WISE, Peter -
Archaeological and GIS Consultant, owner/director of Irish GIS and Spatial Services in Shannon, Co. Clare, secretary of the Shannon Archaeological and Historical Society and Chairman of the Clare Association of An Taisce. Special interests in linear earthworks, Iron Age routes and trackways and other linear features and archaeological applications of GIS.
Thaddeus C. Breen
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Last revised 2 August 2010
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