Emania Number one (1986)

Warner, R.B.: Preliminary schedules of sites and stray finds in the Navan complex, 5-9.

anonymous: Notes and queries: origins of the names Loughnashade, the King's Stables, Haughey's Fort; boundary stone at Creeveroe; the farm owned by'Rocks'; unrecorded finds/sites in the vicinity of the Navan complex, 9.

Bell, Sydney: On Navan Fort, 10.

Lynn, C.J.: Navan Fort: a draft summary of D.M. Waterman's excavations, 11-19.

Baillie, M.G.L.: The central post from Navan Fort: the first step towards a better understanding of the Early Iron Age, 20-21.

anonymous: Two early modern descriptions of Navan [John Colgan, c.1592–1658 and John O'Donovan, 1809–1861], 22-23.

Mallory, J.P.: A provisional checklist of Emain Macha in the annals, 24-27.

Ferguson, Sir Samuel: The Twins of Macha, 28.


Emania Number two (1987)

Hartwell, Barrie: An air photographic survey of the Navan area, 5-11.

Mallory, J.P.: The literary topography of Emain Macha, 12-18.

Stuart, J.: Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh (1819); Reprint: Two Early Accounts ot the Discovery of the Loughnashade Trumpets, 19-20.

Browne, A. and Steward, James: Two early accounts of the discovery of the Loughnashade trumpets [Browne, A., An Account of some Ancient Trumpets, dug up in a Bog near Armagh, TRIA 8, 1802, 11-12; Steward, James (ed.), Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh, (1819), 608], 19-20.

Paterson, T.G.F., The Loughnashade dragon [originally published in: Paterson, T.G.F. (ed.), Country Cracks: Old Tales from the County of Armagh (1939)], 20, 36.

Raftery, Barry: The Loughnashade Horns, 21-24.

Weir, David A.: The earlier limits of Loughnashade, 25-28.

Hamill, Paddy: Notes and queries (Rock Farm, reply), 28.

Bell, Sydney: Notes and queries (thanks for publishing his poem, and a few comments), 28.

Lambkin, B.K.: Patrick, Armagh, and Emain Macha, 29-31.

Mallory, J.P.: Draft proposals for a Navan Heritage Centre, 32-35.

Campbell, Noreen: Comment on the draft proposal, 36.


Emania Number three (Autumn 1987)

Walsh, Aidan: Excavating the Black Pig's Dyke, 5-11.

Williams, Fionnuala: The Black Pig and linear earthworks, 12-19.

O'Donovan, Patrick: An Cladh Ruadh: a travelling earthwork from Co. Kerry, 20-21.

Lynn, C.J. and McDowell, J.A.: Two unrecorded monuments near Navan, County Armagh?, 22-27.

Tarzia, Wade: No trespassing: border defence in the Táin Bó Cuailnge, 28-33.

Weir, David A.: Palynology and the environmental history of the Navan area: a preliminary study, 34-43.

Campbell, Crawford W.: A proposal for rehabilitation, 44-47.

McGarvey, Feargus: Rehabilitating Navan, 48.


Emania Number four (Spring 1987)

Mallory, Jim P.: Trial excavations at Haughey's Fort, 5-20.

Hartwell, Barrie: A soil resistivity survey at Haughey's Fort, 21-23.

McCormick, Finbar: Animal bones from Haughey's Fort, 24-27.

Weir, David A. and Conway, Malachy: Haughey's Fort: a preliminary palaeobotanical analysis, 28-31.

Warner, Richard B.: Notes and queries (decorated stone found aand destroyed at The King's Stables some time before 1910), 31.

Toner, Gregory: Emain Macha in the literature, 32-35.

Warner, R.B.: Loch Cirr/Cúl Chíre, 36.

Baillie, M.G.L.: The dating of the timbers from Navan Fort and the Dorsey, Co. Armagh, 37-40.

Lynn, C.J.: A small excavation on the Dane's Cast, Killyfaddy, Co. Armagh, 41.

Lynn, C.J. & McDowell, J.A.: Muirchú's Armagh, 42-46.


Emania Number five (Autumn 1988)

Waddell, John: Rathcroghan in Connacht, 5-18.

Ó hUiginn, Ruairí: Crúachu, Connachta, and the Ulster Cycle, 19-23.

Mallory, Jim P.: A provisional checklist of Crúachain in the Annals, 24-26.

Mallory, J.P. and Baillie, M.G.L.: The fall of the house of oak, 27-33.

Manning, Conleth: A note on sacred trees, 34-35.

Mallory, J.P. and Warner, W.B. The date of Haughey's Fort, 36-40.

Forbes, Will: Notes: letter to the editor (mention of Emain in marginal note in Chronicum Scottorum ), 40.

Mallory, Jim P.: Notes: omissions (addenda to checklist for Emain Macha), 40.

Hughes, A.J. and McDaniel, Eilís: A nineteenth-century translation of the Deirdre story, 41-47.


Emania Number six (Spring 1989)

Lynn, C.J.: An interpretation of 'The Dorsey', 5-10.

Baillie, M.G.L. and Brown, D.M.: Further dates from the Dorsey, 11.

Condit, Tom and Buckley, Victor M.: The 'Doon' of Drumsna: gateways to Connacht, 12-14.

Lynn, C.J.: Linear earthworks in Drummiller, Co. Down and Goragh, Co. Armagh, 15-16.

Buckley, Victor M.: The Dowagh: an early account of the Dane's Cast, 17.

Lynn, C.J.: A bibliography of Northern linear earthworks, 18-21.

Mallory, Jim P.: The career of Conall Cernach, 22-28.

Cahill, Mary: A note on two items of correspondence relating to Navan, 29-30.

Simpson, D.D.A.: Neolithic Navan?, 31-33.

Weir, David A.: A radiocarbon date from the Navan Fort ditch, 34-35.

Mallory, J.P.; McAlister, J.J. and Davison, John: Ditch sediments from Haughey's Fort, 36.

Anderson, R.: Haughey's Fort: analysis of an insect death assemblage, 37-42.

Hamlin, Ann: Notes and Queries: 'Lost' sites in the Navan area, 42.

Cochrane, Robert: Notes and Queries: On vesting Navan, 42.

Waddell, John: Notes and Queries: Corrections: Rathcroghan, 42.

Hughes, A.J. and McDaniel, Eilís: Bryson's translation of the story of Deirdre (part 2), 43-47.

Lambkin, B.K.: Navan Fort and the coming of 'Cultural Heritage', 48-49.


Emania Number seven (1990)

Ó hUiginn, Ruairí: The Literature of the Laigin, 5-9.

Wailes, B.: Dún Ailinne: a summary excavation report, 10-21.

Crabtree, Pam: Subsistence and ritual: the faunal remains from Dún Ailinne, Co. Kildare, Ireland, 22-25.

Johnston, S.A.: The Neolithic and Bronze Age activity at Dún Ailinne, Co. Kildare, 26-31.

Grabowski, Kathryn: The Historical Overview of Dún Ailinne, 32-36.

O'Brien, Elizabeth: Iron Age burial practices in Leinster: continuity and change, 37-42.

Forbes, Will: The first recorded archaeological find at Emain Macha, 43-45.

Warner, R.B., Mallory, J.P., Baillie, M.G.L.: Irish Early Iron Age Sites: a provisional map of absolute dated sites, 46-50.

Buckley, Victor M.; Condit, Tom; Haigh, John G.B. and MacGarry, Damian C.: A resistivity survey of the eastern entrance at the 'Doon of Drumsna', 51-53.

Hughes, A.J., McDaniel, Eilís: Bryson's Translation of the story of Deirdre (Conclusion), 54-58.


Emania Number eight (1991)

Hartwell, Barrie: Recent air survey results from Navan, 5-9.

Mallory, J.P.: Excavations at Haughey's Fort: 1989-1990, 10-26.

McCormack, Finbar: The animal bones from Haughey's Fort, second report, 27-33.

Hawthorne, Mark: A preliminary analysis of wood remains from Haughey's Fort, 34-38.

Baillie, M.G.L. and Brown, D.M.: A dendro-date from Haughey's Fort? 39-40.

Lynn, C.J.: A burnt layer beside the King's Stables, 41-42.

Warner, R.B.: The Drumconwell Ogham and its Implications, 43-50.

Lynn, C.J.: Knockaulin (Dún Ailinne) and Navan: some architectural comparisons, 51-56.

McCormick, Finbar: Evidence of dairying at Dún Ailinne? 57-59.

Toner, Gregory: Cormac Conloinges - the hero of the Mound, 60-62.


Emania Number nine (1991 sic)

Waddell, John: The Question of the Celticization of Ireland, 5-16.

Koch, John T.: Ériu, Alba and Letha: when was a language ancestral to Gaelic first spoken in Ireland? 17-27.

Raftery, Barry: The Celtic Iron Age in Ireland: Problems of Origin, 28-32.

Cooney, Gabriel and Grogan, Eoin: An archaeological solution to the "Irish" problem? 33-43.

Warner, R.B.: Cultural intrusions in the Early Iron Age: some notes, 44-52.

Mallory, J.P.: Two perspectives on the problem of Irish origins, 53-58.

Condit, T., Gibbons, M., Timoney, M.: Hillforts in Sligo and Leitrim, 59-62.

Woodman, Peter: A tanged 'Bann' flake near Navan, 63.

Mallory, J.P.: Further dates from Haughey's Fort, 64-65.

Lanting, J., Brindley, A., Buckley, V. and Condit, T.: Preliminary Carbon 14 dates from the Doon of Drumsna, 66.


Emania Number ten (1992)

Olmsted, Garrett: The earliest narrative version of the Táin: seventh-century poetic references to Táin Bó Cúailnge, 5-17.

Hollo, Kaarina: The feast of Bricriu and the exile of the sons of Dóel Dermait, 18-24.

Robertson, David A.: The Navan forty meter structure: some observations regarding the social context of an Iron Age monument, 25-32.

Lynn, C.J.: The Iron Age mound in Navan Fort: a physical realization of Celtic religious beliefs? 33-57.

Mallory, J.P., Simpson, D.D.A and Hartwell, B.N.: Excavations at Ballyrea, Co. Armagh: 58-65.

Bourke, Cormac: The Ballyrea Brooch, 66-67.

Hartwell, B.N.: Index to Emania 1-10, 68-76.


Emania Number eleven (1993)

Baillie, M.G.L.: Dark Ages and dendrochronology, 5-12.

Warner, R.B.: Tree-rings, catastrophes and culture in Early Ireland: some comments, 13-19.

Weir, David A.: Dark ages and the pollen record, 21-30.

Ó hUiginn, Ruairí: Fergus, Russ and Rudraige: a brief biography of Fergus Mac Róich, 31-40.

Battaglia, Frank: A common background to Lai de Graelent and Noínden Ulad? 41-48.

Crothers, Norman: Further excavations at Ballyrea Townland, Co. Armagh, 49-54.

Musgrave, B.W. and Crothers, J.W.: The Navan Centre project, 55-59.

Lambkin, B.K.: Navan Fort and the Arrival of 'Cultural Heritage', 61-64.


Emania Number twelve (1994)

Lynn, C.J.: Hostels, heroes and tale: further thoughts on the Navan Mound, 5-20.

Warner, R.B.: The 'Ernean House', 21-27.

Mallory, J.P.: The Fort of the Ulster Tales, 28-38.

Warner, R.B.: The Navan Complex: a new schedule of sites and finds, 39-44.

Freeman, Philip M.: Visions from the dead in Herodotus, Nicander of Colophon, and the Táin Bó Cúailnge, 45-48.

Sayers, William: Supernatural pseudonyms, 49-60.

Cribbin, G., McCormick, F., Robinson, M.E., and Shimwell, D.: A destroyed late Iron-Age burial from Kiltullagh, Ballyglass Middle td., Co. Mayo, 61-65.

Warner, R.B.: Emania Varia I A: Summary of the chronology of Navan, 66.

Warner, R.B.: Emania Varia I B: The date of Haughey's Fort refined, 67-69.

Warner, R.B.: Emania Varia I C: More on Conmáel and Óenach Macha, 69-70.

Warner, R.B.: Emania Varia I D: Navan in the Eleventh Century, 70-72.


Emania Number thirteen (1995)

Raftery, Barry: Pre- and Protohistoric Ireland: problems of continuity and change, 5-9.

Freeman, Philip M.: Greek and Roman views of Ireland: a checklist, 11-13.

Mytum, Harold: Across the Irish Sea: Romano-British and Irish Settlements in Wales, 15-22.

Warner, R.B.: Tuathal Techtmar: a myth or ancient literary evidence for a Roman invasion? 23-32.

McCormack, Finbar: Cows, ringforts and the origins of Early Christian Ireland, 33-37.

Koch, John T.: The conversion and the transition from Primitive to Old Irish, c.367-c 637, 39-50.

Thomas, Charles: Cellular meanings, monastic beginnings, 51-67.

Baillie, M.G.L.: Patrick, comets and Christianity, 69-78.

Mount, Charles: Excavations at Rathdooney Beg, Co. Sligo, 1994, 79-87.

McCormick, F., Cribbin, G., Robinson, M.E., Shimwell, D.W. and Murphy, E.: A pagan-Christian transitional burial at Kiltullagh, 89-98.


Emania Number fourteen (1996)

Mallory, J. P., Moore, D. G., and Canning, L. J.: Excavations at Haughey’s Fort 1991 and 1995, 5-20.

Boreland, Dorcas: Late Bronze Age Pottery from Haughey’s Fort, 21-28.

Neill, Marie: Haughey’s Fort Excavation 1991: Analysis of Wood Remains, 29-46.

Murphy, Eileen and McCormick, Finbar: The Faunal Remains from the Inner Ditch of Haughey’s Fort, Third Report: 1991 Excavation, 47-50.

Muhr, Kay: The East Ulster Perspective on the Ulster Cycle Tales, 51-63.

Sayers, William: Homeric Echoes in Táin Bó Cúiailnge? 65-73.

Sterckx, Claude: A Celtic Apollo at Navan? 75-76.

Warner, Richard: Navan and Apollo, 77-81.

Kvamme, Kenneth L.: Proton Magnetometry Survey at Navan Fort, 83-88.


Emania Number fifteen (1996)

Lynn, Chris: That Mound Again: The Navan excavations revisited, 5-10.

Larson, Daniel O. and Ambos, Elizabeth: The goals of the Navan project, 11-13.

Ambos, Elizabeth L.; Larson, Daniel O.; Kvamme, Kenneth; Conway, Malachy & Cibbarelli Shawn: Remote sensing surveys of Navan Fort, 15-32.

Weatherup, Roger: Conor, Cú Chulainn and Me, 33-37.

Candon, Anthony: Tealach Óc and Emain Macha c. 1100, 39-46.

Ó Béarra, Feargal: Táin Bó Cuailnge: Recension III, 47-65.

Aitchison, Nicholas B.: Votive deposition in Iron Age Ireland: An Early Medieval account, 67-75.


Emania Number sixteen (1997)

Sadowska, Ewa: "Horses Led by a Mare"—Martial aspects of Táin Bó Cúailnge, 5-48.

Sayers, William: Contracting for combat: flyting and fighting in Táin Bó Cúailnge, 49-62.

Lyle, Emily: Age grades, age classes and alternate succession: a restatement of the basis at the societal level of Indo-European symbolic partition, 63-71.

Jennings, Rachel: A translation of the Tochmarc Treblainne, 73-78


Emania Number seventeen (1998)

Hellmuth, Petra Sabine: A Giant Among Kings and Heroes: Some preliminary thoughts on the character Cú Roí mac Dáire in medieval Irish literature, 5-11.

Woodman, P.C.: The Early Iron Age of South Munster—not so different after all, 13-19.

Raftery, Barry: Observations on the Iron Age in Munster, 21-24.

Warner, Richard B.: Is there an Iron Age in Munster?, 25-29.

Aitchinson, Nick: Late Bronze Age ritual at Haughey's Fort: the evidence of the deposited cup-and-ring marked stone, 31-39.

McComb, A.M.G.: The carbonized hazel nut shell fragments from Feature No. 283 at Haughey's Fort, Co. Armagh, 41-44.

Baillie, M.G.L. and Brown, D.M.: Further evidence confirms the twelfth century BC dendro-date from the inner ditch of Haughey's Fort, 45-46.

Mallory, Jim P. & Ó Donnagháin [recte Ó Donnabháin], Barra: The origins of the population of Ireland: a survey of putative immigrations in Irish prehistory and history, 47-81.

Avery, Michael: When did Irish reach Ireland: a query, 83.

Mallory, Jim P.: Mesolithic modems and fantasy sheep: a reply to Michael Avery, 84-85.


Emania Number eighteen (2000)

Lynn, C.J.: Navan Fort Site C excavations, June 1999: Interim report, 5-16.

Murphy, Eileen M.: Report on the osteological material from Site C, Navan Fort, Co. Armagh, 17-19.

Mallory, J.P.: Excavations of the Navan Ditch, 21-35.

McCormick, Finbar: The animal bones from the Navan Ditch, 37-38.

Warner, R.B.: Keeping out the Otherworld: the internal ditch at Navan and other Iron Age ‘hengiform’ enclosures, 39-44.

Taylor, John: The ancient Irish in Classical ethnography, 45-48.

Ford, Patrick K.: The Ulaid and the Iliad, some considerations, 49-56.

Allen, N.J.: CúChullain’s women and some Indo-European comparisons, 57-

Robinson, M.E.; Coombs, D.; Maude, K. & Shimwell, D.W. (with contributions from P. Bodkin & C. Rye Mattick: Early Christian inhumations on Kiltullagh Hill, Co. Roscommon, 65-73.

Hall, Allan: A puffball from Haughey’s Fort, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland, or the Armagh ‘Apple’ unmasked, 75-76.

Corlett, Christiaan: Cup-and-rings, and the mapping of Haughey’s Fort: a suggestion, 77-78.


Emania Number nineteen (2002)

Lynn, C.J.: Navan Fort Site C excavations, May 2000. Interim report (no 2), 5-18.

Dunlop, W.; Lynn, C. & Pullin, K.: A note on an experimental burning at Navan, Co. Armagh, 19-23.

Gault, Andrew: Applying Bayesian mathematics to the Navan Fort radiocarbon chronology, 25-34.

Warner, R.B.: A newly-discovered Iron-Age ‘pendant’ from Navan, 37-42.

Ó hUiginn, Ruairí: Oileamhain Con Cualainn: ‘Cú Chulainn’s Training’, 43-52.

Wiley, Dan M.: Stories about Diarmait mac Cerbaill from the Book of Lismore, 53-59.

Russell, C.: Regionalism in Bronze Age Ireland, 61-73.

Alberro, M.: Celtic heritage in the North-west of the Iberian Peninsula, 75-84.