Ríocht na Mídhe I, 1, (1955)

Callary, R.R.: The territory of ancient Meath, 4, 8.

Adams, R.F.G.: Some new notes on Fore, 9-13.

Brady, John: The first Patrician church site: a suggested identification, 13.

O'Reilly, Matthew: The story of Rathmore, 14-17.

Ó Muirthuile, Seosamh: Dealbh Mhuire Chill Chormaic, 18-19.

O'Sullivan, D.F.: Survey of Antiquities: Clongill, 19.

Walsh, Rev. Paul: Ancient Westmeath, 20-31.

Athey, Rowland: An article on the foundation and endowment of the church of Trim, 432 A.D., 32-35.

Moran, William: Cro-Inis, 36-40.

Montgomery, A.V.: The Bishop's grave at Clonfad, 41-42.

Jennings, Brendan, per McGurl, M.K.: The will of Colonel Patrick Porter, 43.

Callary, R.R.: The cairns at Loughcrew, 44-52.

Mac na Midhe, Sean: Some notes on Navan, ancient and modern, 53-60.

McGurl, M.K.: Books of archaeological interest in Meath County Library, 61.

O'Connor, S.: Short list of books from the Special Collection of the Longford-Westmeath County Library, dealing with or having reference to the Diocese of Meath, 62.

MacLochlainn, A.: The Shillelagh, 63-64.

Ó h-Uigín, Pádruig: Dhá Leacht, 64.

Gerrard, Henry: Maidhm-an-aigh (The defeat of the fish), 65-66.

McClenagan, Hamlet: Note on Culmullen Graveyard (1938), 66.


Ríocht na Mídhe I, 2, (1956)

Brady, John: Kingdom and County of Meath, 6-13.

O h-Uigin, Padraig: A note on the boyhood of Ambrose O h-Uigin, 13-14.

O'Reilly, Matthew: Ardbraccan, 15-19.

Gerrard, H.: Hunting diary, 19-20.

Callary, Robert R.: Castle Jordan castle, 21-35.

Adams, R.F.G.: As viewed from the Ben of Fore, 36-42.

Ó h-Uigín, Pádraig: Some place-names in Summerhill district, 43.

anon.: Excavations at Fourknocks, 44-48.

Moran, William: Viking burials in Meath? 49-51.

Ó Muirthuile, Seosaimh: "Muire Átha Luain", 52-53.

Athey, Rowland: Some notes on Rathmolyon, 54-57.

Conway, M. & McGurl, M.K.: Hon. Secretary's Report [mentions new crannog and dugouts], 66-71.


Ríocht na Mídhe I, 3, (1957)

Callary, R.R.: Tara: the European background, 4-16.

O'Connell, Philip: Castle Kieran, 17-33.

Brady, John: The medieval diocese of Meath, 34-40.

O Floinn, Donnchadh: Nochtadh leachta í Ghramnaigh i mBaile Atha Bui, Deire Fomhair a 14, 1956. 41-43.

Adams, R.F.G.: As viewed from the Ben of Fore (2), 44-49.

Eogan, George: Recent crannog discoveries in Meath, 50-54.

Ó Muirthuile, Seosamh: Sealúis Trí nGort Midheach (The ownerships of three Meath tillage-fields) c. A.D. 490-1956 ....being a study of the application of the laws of transference and tenure of property in Ireland from the sixth century, A.D., 55-63.

O'Reilly, Matthew: The Barnewalls, 64-68.

MacLochlainn, Alf: Martin v. Clarke, 69-70.

Callary, R.R.: Ancient Sculpture, 71-72.


Ríocht na Mídhe I, 4, (1958)

Brady, John: Early Christian Meath, 5-13.

O'Connell, Philip: Loughan and Dulane, 14-32.

Moran, W.: The hereditary lands and Royal Tuath of the O'Melaghlins, 33-44.

Adams, R.F.G.: Note on an unrecorded passage grave, 44.

Gerrard, Henry: St. Edward's Crown in Ireland, 45-48.

O'Reilly, Matthew: The Plunket family of Loughcrew, 49-53.

Adams, R.F.G.: Drewstown and Girley: Neolithic burial chamber to Christian abbey, 54-60.

McGurl, M.K.: The proposed museum at Tara, 61-65.

O Muirthuile, S.: Dealbh adhmaid as Mainister Eimhin, 66-68.

Conway, Margaret: The state of the poor in 1834, 69-74.

Moore, Beryl F.E.: Altmush corn-drying kiln, 75.


Ríocht na Mídhe II, 1, (1959)

Moran, W.: Uisneagh, Tara and the rise of monarchy, 3-17.

O'Connell, Philip: Kells - early and mediaeval, Part I Dun-Chuile Sibrinne, 18-36.

Ua Brádaigh, Tomás: Kilpatrick, 37-44.

Prendergast, E.M.: Ringfort with souterrain, at Gorteen, Co. Westmeath, 45-48.

O Riordain, Breandan: Neolithic vessel from Bracklin, Co. Westmeath, 48-49.

O Riordain, Brendan: Prehistoric burial at Cartenstown, Co. Westmeath, 49-50.

Adams, F.R.G.: Castletown-Delvin roundabout, 51-61.

Uí Conmhidhe, Maighréad: Gaeilg na Midhe, 61-62.

Brady, John: Irish interpreters at Meath Assizes, 62-63.

Gerrard, Henry: Older Meath, 63.

O'Reilly, Matthew: James Martin of Millbrook, 64-68.


Ríocht na Mídhe II, 2, (1960)

Brady, John: The nunnery of Clonard, 4-7.

O'Connell, Philip: Kells, early and mediaeval, Part II, 8-22.

Adams, F.R.G.: Killucan-some remarks on its prehistory and history, 23-34.

Eogan, George: Two bronze chisels from Co. Meath, 35-37.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Some observations on the usage of the word 'mote' in mediaeval times, 37-39.

Conway, Margaret: The Darcy Screens, 40-41.

O Brádaigh, Tomás: Peadar Dub Ó Dálaigh, fear léinn agus scríobaí, 47-53.

Moore, Beryl: A possible new passage grave in County Meath, 54-55.

Sampson, Paddy: Duleek (here and there since 1690), 56-58.

Conway, Margaret: A South Meath glossary, 69-72.


Ríocht na Mídhe II, 3, (1961)

Fenning, Hugh: Dominicans of Trim, 1683-1710 By Rev. Hugh 0.P, 3-8.

Moran, W.: Friarstown 'House of Refuge', By Rev. Dr. W. Moran, 9-15.

O'Murthuile, Seosamh: Mainistir le Canonaigh Agaistineacha, 16-18.

O'Connell, Philip: The Parish of Inniskeen, 19-37.

Brady, John: Anglo-Norman Meath, 38-45.

Walsh, Michael: The Margranell slab in the Basilica of St. John Lateran, Rome, 46.

Adams, R.F.G.: Newtown Castle, 47-48.

Kelly, Joseph P.: The Parish of Johnstown, 49-56.

Conway, Margaret: A South Meath glossary (continued), 57-59.

Raftery, J.: Acquisitions during 1960 from County Meath in the National Museum of Ireland, 60-61.

MacLochlainn, Alf: James Martin and Michael Clarke, 62.

?anon.: Photo of Ballinlough Castle, 62.

MacLochlainn, Alf: Millbrook-A McDonnell paper-mill at Navan, 63.

Moore, Beryl F.E.: Clady Church, 63.


Ríocht na Mídhe II, 4, (1962)

O'Connell, Philip: The parish and district of Kilbride, 5-16.

Brady, John: Robert Plunkett of Rathmore, 17-20.

Fenning, Hugh: The Dominicans of Trim, 1713-1833, 21-32.

Rynne, Etienne: Two Bronze-Age burials, 33-36.

Rynne, Etienne & Prendergast, Ellen: Two Souterrains in Co. Meath, 37-43.

Moran, W.: Tullamore, 44-54.

Simms, J.G.: Meath landowners in the Jacobite War, 55-58.

Kelly, Joseph P.: The Parish of Johnstown (continued), 59-66.

Ua Bradaigh, Tomas: Ballinacor Bridge, 67-69.

Moore, Beryl E.F.: Balsoon, 69-70.

Stuart-Mills, Catherine: the De Bathes of Knightstown, 70.


Ríocht na Mídhe III, 1, (1963)

O'Connell, Philip: The Parish and District of Kilbride: Part II, sixteenth century landowners. 3-14.

Fenning, Hugh: The Dominicans of Trim, 1263-1682. 15-23.

Kelly, J.P.: The Parish of Johnstown: VI Edward Cusack. 24-28.

Cuffe, Philip: The Priory of Duleek. 29-32.

Ellison, C.C.: Some Aspects of Navan History. 33-56.

Brady, John: Social Welfare in Meath. 57-63.

Ua Bradaigh, Tomas: Litriocht na Gaeilge san Mhi agus i nDeisceart Uladh san 18 u agus san 19 u aois. 64-66.

Fitzsimons, Hannah (ed.): Wicker Coffins. 67-68n.

Ward, Michael: Loughsallagh. 68n.

Gerrard, Henry: Loughanappy. 68n.


Ríocht na Mídhe III, 2, (1964)

Gwynn, Aubrey: Father John Brady (R.I.P.), 86-88.

O'Connell, Philip: The Parish and District of Kilbride: Part III, the church of Kilbride, 89-95.

Lucas, A.T.: A Lough Derg Crucifix, 96-98.

Conway, Margaret: Gorry, 98n.

Ua Brádaigh, Tomás: Dhá dhán le Tomás Déis, Easbog na Mí 1622-1652,. 99-104.

Fenning, Hugh: The Dominicans of Mullingar 1237-1610, 105-113.

Keegan, John J.: Kearney, 113n.

Rynne, Etienne: Bronze Age Burial near Killucan, Co. Westmeath,. 114-117.

Rynne, Etienne: Souterrain at Fore, 118-123.

Hadcock, Neville: The Origin of the Augustinian Order in Meath, 124-131.

McGoona, Winifred: Funeral Caoine in Meath, 131n.

Ellison, C.C.: Richard Butler, Historian of Trim, 132-139.

Cuffe, Philip: History of Duleek, section I, 140-151.

O'Donnell, Terence: Lord Trimbleston's Advice to his Son-a fragment, 152-154.

McGreevy, C.: Was St. Cuthbert a Kells Man? 152-157.

Ó Brádaigh, Tomás: Telach Cáil,. 158-160.


Ríocht na Mídhe III, 3, (1965)

O'Connell, Philip: The Parish and District of Kilbride: Part IV - Oldcastle. 171-180.

Conway, Margaret: O'Carroll the Poet. 180n.

Hickey, Elizabeth: The House of Cleitech. 181-185.

O'C, P: The Name Staholmoc. 185-186.

Cuffe, Philip: History of Duleek: Section II - Ecclesiastical. 187-200.

Fenning, Hugh: Dominican Nuns of Meath 1671-1713. 201-203.

Ellison, C.C.: Names of tradesmen of Navan. 203n.

Kelly, Joseph P,: The Parish of Johnstown (Concluding Section). VII The Dowdalls of Athlumney. 205-209.

Ó Brádaigh, Tomás: Na Nuinnsionnaigh Mór-theaglach Gall-Ghaelach, agus an Cultúr Gaelach. 211-221.

Ó Ríordáin, A.B.: Bronze Age Burial near Killare, Co. Westmeath. 223-225.

Danaher, Peter: Bronze Age Burials at Rahinashurock, Co. Westmeath. 225-229.

Rynne, Etienne: Souterrain at Fennor, near Slane, Co. Meath. 229-233.

Moore, Beryl, F.E.: Exploring Clonabreany. 235-248.

Hanly, John: Oldcastle and Loughcrew 1778. 249-252.

S., N.: The Strand. 252n.

Ward, Michael: Moymurthy. 253-255.

Conway, Margaret: note on dialect words. 255n

Raftery, Joseph: Note on Arrowhead. 256n.

Vandeleur, R.S.: Prehistoric Pit Burial at Clonickilvant, Co. Westmeath. 256-257n.

Fitzsimons, Hannah: Some Old Customs in Delvin Area. 257-260n.

Waters, Ormonde D.: Some Notes on Rath-Colpa. 260-262n.


Ríocht na Mídhe III, 4, (1966)

Ua Brádaigh, Tomás: An tAthair Pol Breathnach. 285-289.

anon: Founding of Durrow. 289n.

Gwynn, Aubrey: A Breviary of St. Mary's Abbey, Trim. 290-298.

Fenning, Hugh: The Dominicans of Mullingar 1622-1654. 299-314.

anon: Another Jumping Church. 314n.

Ellison, C.C.: Notes on the Rise and Fall of a Great Meath Estate. 315-337.

O Loingsigh, S.: The Rebellion of 1798 in Meath: Part I - The Years Before. 338-350.

Conway, Margaret: Bent. 350.

Rynne, Etienne: A Bronze Mount from Newtown Castle, Westmeath. 351-353.

Ward, Michael: A Census of Landowners in four East Meath Parishes - 1830. 354-348.

Hanly, John: Two Rebel Meath Journals. 359-384.

Fitzsimons, Hannah: Rev. Patrick Cahill, Capuchin Priest. 385-387.

Kelly, J.P.: Rectors of Trim, 14th and 15th Centuries. 388-389.

McGoona, Winifred: A Memory of Penal Days. 389.


Ríocht na Mídhe IV, 1, (1967)

Ellison, C.C.: Dangan, Mornington and the Wellesleys: notes on the rise and fall of a great Meath estate—Part IV, 3-25.

Ua Brádaigh, Tomás: Clann Cobhthaigh, 26-32.

O Loingsigh, Séamus: The Rebellion of 1798 in Meath—Part I - the years before (continued), 33-40.

Reynolds, James: Jonathan Swift—Vicar of Laracor, 41-54.

Hanley, John: The beginnings of Meath’s first weekly, 55-60.

Ward, Michael: The parish of Julianstown, 61-67.

Rice, Gerard: Extracts from Meath priests’ wills, 1658-1782, 68-71.


Ríocht na Mídhe IV, 2, (1968)

Conway, Margaret: The Boyle O’Reilly Stone, 3-7.

Ua Brádaigh, Tomás: Aodh Mac Domhnaill, 8-10.

ffolliott, Rosemary & Jones, Horace E.: Monumental inscriptions from Oldcastle, Co. Meath, 11-19.

Fenning, Hugh: The Dominicans of Mullingar 1667-1696, 20-32.

O Loingsigh, Séamus: The Rebellion of 1798 in Meath (continued from Vol. III, No. 4). Part II: The United Irishmen, foundation and growth, 33-49.

Quane, Michael: Preston Endowed School, Navan, 50-78.

Ward, Michael: The Parish of Ballygarth, 79-87.


Ríocht na Mídhe IV, 3, (1969)

O Loingsigh, Seamus: The Rebellion of 1798 in Meath (continued from Vol IV, No.2): The United Irishmen, 3-27.

ffolliott, Rosemary: Some monumental inscriptions from Street, Co. Westmeath, 28-29.

Garry, James: A forgotten Meath artist, 30-33.

Quane, Michael: Gilson Endowed School, Oldcastle, 34-55.

Waters, Ormonde D. P.: Some notes on the ogham stone at Piltown, in the barony of Lower Duleek, Co. Meath, 56-57.

Ward, Michael: Extracts from a Meath vestry minute book, 58-62.

Cox, Liam: The Mageoghans, 63-86.


Ríocht na Mídhe IV, 4, (1970)

Prendergast, Ellen: Burials at Derryclare, 4-5.

Cox, Liam: The Foxes of Muintir Thaidgean, 6-23.

Moore, Beryl F. E.: Tombs in St. Mary’s ruined church, Killeen, 24-29.

Ó Loingsigh, Seamus: The Rebellion of 1798 in Meath (continued from Vol IV, No. 3), 30-53.

Sheridan, Niall: The first Sinn Féin paper, 54-57.

Ward, Michael: An analysis of surnames in the parish, 57.

Hickey, Elizabeth: The Cusacks of Portraine and Rathaldron, Co. Meath, 58-61.

McCracken, Eileen: Wolves in Meath in XVIIth century [extract from article in JCKAS], 61.

Brangan, P.: Kilskyre and District, 62-74.

Gerrard, Harry: Sir John Reade [note], 75.

anon.: Arodsown & Kilmore crosses [note], 75.


Ríocht na Mídhe V, 1, (1971)

Waters, Ormonde D.P.: John Boyle O'Reilly and the Catalpa Ballad, 3-13.

Mulvaney, Peter: Some notices of the baronies of Kells, 14-27.

Ellison, C.C.: Bishop Dopping's Visitation Book 1682-1685, 28-39.

Quane, Michael: Meath Diocesan School, 40-59.

Prendergast, Ellen: A souterrain at Scurlockstown, 60-61.

Ó Loingsigh, Séamus: The Rebellion of 1798 in Meath, 62-74.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Monument to Sir Thomas Cusack, 75-91.


Ríocht na Mídhe V, 2, (1972)

Ellison, C.C.: Bishop Dopping's Visitation Book 1682-1685, 3-13

Dolley, Michael: The C.1843 Leggagh (Nobber) coin-hoard reconsidered, 14.

Cox, Liam: The O Maeleachlainn Kings of Meath, 22-53.

Rice, Gerard: Attitudes of the Counter-Reformation in Meath, 54-63.

Swan, Leo: Fennor, 64-69.

Ua Brádaigh, Tomás: Baile Uí Cheallaigh, Baile Na gCeallaigh, Baile na gCailleach: Cé Acu? 70-73.

Miller, Amos C.: The relief of Athlone and the Battle of Rathconnell, 74-95


Ríocht na Mídhe V, 3, (1973)

Ellison, C.C.: Bishop Dopping's Visitation Book 1682-1685 (continued from Volume V, number 2, 1972), 3-11.

Ward, Michael: An East-Meath dovecote, 12-13.

Cox, Liam: O Molloys Of Fircall, 14-45.      

Dolley, Michael: A note on the seventeenth-century tokens of the O'Melaghlins Of Mullingar, 46-48.

Hickey, Elizabeth: A description of the Marward stone at Skryne and a discussion on John Cusack who sculptured it, 49-55.

Dolley, Michael: An unusual find of nineteenth-century coins from Rathkenny (Wilkinstown), 56-62.

Miller, Amos: Sir Richard Grenville, Governor of Trim, the career and character of an English soldier in Ireland 1642-3, 63-84.

Dooley, Joseph: Medieval objects from Knockbarron Motte, Co. Offaly, 85-90.

McCabe, Hugo: Meath's place in aeronautical history, 91-92.

Corcoran, Moira: The Boyle O'Reilly Stone (a sequel), 95.


Ríocht na Mídhe V, 4, (1974)

Hickey, Elizabeth: The Wakelys of Navan And Ballyburly, a discussion of a 16th-century family, 3-19.

Ward, Michael: Townland names in the Barony of Dunboyne, 20-32.

Cawkill, John & Finnuala: Carolan, a Co. Meath composer, 33-39.

Graham, Brian: Medieval Settlements in County Meath, 40-59.

Kelly, Joseph P.: The Rev. Thomas McNamara, C.M. 1808-189, 60-67.

Sweetman, David: Trim Castle Archaeological Excavations (Preliminary Report), 68-77.

Dolley, Michael & Seaby, W.A.: An Edward Ill hoard, found in the Victorian epoch, From Scarden, Corbetstown, Co. Westmeath, 78-86.

English, N.W.: Sign-post and sun-dial [Castlerickard] 1812 [from a book, 1815] 86.

Moore, Beryl F.E.; Cawkill, John & Finnuala: Some interesting tombstones in Danestown, Co. Meath, 87-97.

English, N.W.: Kinnegad Inn, 1748 [newspaper report, 1748] 97.

Ellison, C.C.: Bishop Dopping's Visitation Book, 98-103.

Hickey, E.: A medieval stone at Saint John's Cemetery, Kells, 104-105.


Ríocht na Mídhe VI, 1, (1975)

Ellison, C.C.: Bishop Dopping's Visitation Book 1682-1685, 3-13.

Ward, Michael: Toward a glossary of the Barony of Dunboyne, 14-22.

Mulvaney, Peter: Extracts from a Ratoath diary 1804-1898, 23-34.

Ryan, Michael: A souterrain at Painstown, Co. Meath, 35-37.

Moore, Beryl F.E.: Kilmore and Arodstown churches and graveyards, 38-49.

Sweetman, P. David: Souterrain in the townland of Newrath Big, Co. Meath, 54.

Dolley, Michael: A forgotten eighteenth-century discovery of Hiberno-Norse coins in the County Meath, 55-58.

Hickey, Elizabeth: The Bishop and the stone, 59-64.

Fitzsimons, Hannah: Slane, a forgotten graveyard, 65-68.

Rice, Gerard: Thomas Dease, Bishop of Meath and some questions concerned with the rights to ecclesiastical property alienated at the Reformation, 69-89.

Cox, Liam: Colonel John Fitzpatrick and the Streamstown, County Westmeath, Peace of 1652, 90-98.


Ríocht na Mídhe VI, 2, (1976)

Hogan, Flannan: The last monks and abbots of Bective, 3-15.

Moore, Beryl F. E. & Kenny, Michael: Tombstones in Clonabreany graveyard, 16-36.

Ward, Michael: Townland names in the Barony of Dunboyne (continued from Vol. V No. 4, 1974), 37-40.

Kelly, James A.: Rural settlement in the neighbourhood of Kells, Co. Meath —A review of Civil and Down Survey evidence, 43-57.

Gallwey, Hubert: The family of Dardis, 58-80.

Cox, Liam: Leic Mhichil and Cnoc Buadha identified, 81-88.

Swan, Leo: Excavations at Kilpatrick Churchyard, Killucan, Co. Westmeath, July/August 1973 and 1975, 89-96.

Daly, Patrick J.: Index Riocht na Midhe, Vol. I, No. 1, 1955 - Vol. V, No. 4, 1974, Part one, A–K., 91-119.


Ríocht na Mídhe VI, 3, (1977)

Hogan, Flannan: William Walsh, Bishop of Meath, 1554-1577, 3-18.

Dolley, Michael: An Ex Voto of eleventh-century silver coins from Co. Westmeath, 19-22.

Moore, Beryl F.E. & Kenny, Michael: Headstones in Kilbride graveyard (Barony of Dunboyne), 23-37.

Connell, Peter: The changing face of Navan in the nineteenth century, 39-59.

McGreevy, Conor: Some early Irish battle sites identified, 60-61.

Kelly, Eamonn P.: A souterrain at Clongill, Co. Meath, 62-64.

Kelly, Eamonn P.: A burial at Farganstown and Ballymacon, Co. Meath, 65-67.

Barnwall, Stephen B.: Henry Draycott and the Draycotts of Mornington, Co. Meath 68-81.

Cox, Liam: The peculiar case of Terlagh O’Melaghlin, Parish Priest and Lord of Clancolman, 82-90.

Ward, C.: Fr. Christopher Ward, O.S.A., PP. Kilbeg (d.1761), 90.

Daly, Patrick J.: Index, Riocht na Midhe, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1955 to Vol. V. No. 4, 1974, Part Two L-Z, 91-112.


Ríocht na Mídhe VI, 4, (1978-9)

Snoddy, O.: Notes on the Volunteers, Militia, Yeomanry and Orangemen of Co. Meath, 3-32.

Kenny, M.: Land tenure in East Westmeath and its influence upon the state of agriculture, 1820-1840, 33-48.

Coogan, Oliver: The Workhouse in Dunshaughlin, 49-64.

Murray, Josephine: Brian O’Higgins, 65-83.

Ó Floinn, Raghnall: Medieval seal matrix from Gaulstown, Co. Meath, 84-88.

Gallwey, Hubert: The Berfords of Kilrue, 89-115.

Ríocht na Mídhe VII, 1, (1980-81)

Cusack, Pearse: The Cusacks of Killeen, Co. Meath, 3-35.

Bonner, Brian:Henry Ó Dochartaigh, Vicar-General of the Diocese of Meath 36-39.

Bradley, John: St. Patrick’s Church, Duleek, 40-51.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Some Notes on Kilbixy, Tristernagh and Templecross, and the family of Piers who lived in the Abbey of Tristernagh in Westmeath, 52-75.

Lefroy, Phoebe: Luke White, 1740-1824, printer and publisher of Piers' Westmeath, 76-79.

Liam, Cox: The Briens of Brawney, otherwise Uí Braoin Breaghmhaine, 80-98.

Wilson, Thomas M.: The Great Landowners of Meath, 1879, 99-110.

Moore, Beryl F. E.: Clonmacduff (alias Courtown, alias Black Church) Headstones, 111-126.


Ríocht na Mídhe VII, 2, (1982-83)

Lynch, Anthony: Some Metropolitical Visitations of Meath in the Fifteenth Century, 3-11.

Bradley, John: Excavations at Moynagh Lough, Co. Meath 1980-81, 12-32.

Kenny, Michael:Conacre in Pre-Famine Westmeath, 33-41.

Sweetman, David: Souterrain and burials at Boolies Little, Co. Meath, 42-57.

Sweetman, David: Reconstruction and partial excavation of an Iron Age burial mound at Ninch, Co. Meath, 58-68.

Trench, C.E.F.: Fleming and Conyngham of Slane, 69-75.

Kelly Eamonn P.: Recent investigations at Navan, 76-85.

Kelly Eamonn P.: A cist burial at Keoltown. Co. Westmeath, 86-89.

Connell, Paul: The rise and fall of the Repeal movement in County Meath, 1840-1845, 90-113.

Kelly Eamonn P.: A souterrain at Knockmount, Co. Westmeath, 114-118.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Epitaph on Edmund Malone in the Malone Mausoleum at Kilbixy church, Westmeath, 119-121.


Ríocht na Mídhe VII, 3, (1984)

Sweetman, P.D.: Excavation of a henge type monument at Newgrange, Co. Meath. Preliminary report, 4-13.

Gabriel Flynn: Bishop Thomas Nulty and the Irish land question, 14-28.

Byrne, Paul: The ancestry of St. Finnian of Clonard, 29-36.

Kenny, Michael: A find of Anglo-Saxon pennies from Newtownlow, Co. Westmeath, 37-43.

Connell, Paul: Repeal and the Roman Catholic Clergy in County Meath 1840-1845, 44-60.

Shackleton, Jonathan: The Shackleton Archive, 61-62.

King, Heather A.: A medieval tile from Greenoge, Co. Meath, 63-66.

Kenny, Michael: State of the poor in pre-Famine Ireland: conditions in Co.Westmeath, 67-85.

Bradley, John: Excavations at Moynagh Lough, 1982-83, interim report, 86-93.

Fagan, Patrick: The decline of the Irish language in Westmeath, 94-101.

Keeling, David: An unrecorded exhibitionist figure (Sheela-na-gig) from Ardcath, County Meath, 102-104.

Kelly, Eamonn P.: Two quernstones from Co. Meath, 105-111.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Three stone heads from Macetown, 112-113.

O’Boyle, Enda: The Bellew plaques, 114-116.


Ríocht na Mídhe VII, 4, (1985-86)

O’Sullivan, W.: Medieval Meath manuscripts, 3-21.

Kenny Michael: Hiberno-Norse and Anglo-Saxon coins from Westmeath, 22-27.

Galway, Fiona: Meath tower houses, 28-59.

Kelly, Eamonn P.: Objects found in the vicinity of a holy well at Bellewstown, Co. Meath, 60-61.

Bradley, John & Brady, Niall: A fulacht fiadh at Gravelstown, Co. Meath, 62-65.

Wilson, Thomas M.: Local government and local power in Meath, 1925-1942, 66-78.

Bradley, John: Excavations at Moynagh Lough, 1984, summary report, 79-92.

Flynn, Gabriel: Bishop Thomas Nulty and the Irish land question, Part II, 1879-1881 and Part III, 1881-1898, 93-110.

King, Heather A.: Two stone axes from Knock, County Meath, 111-113.

Connell, Peter: Famine and the local economy, Co. Meath, 1845-1855, 114-125.

Jonathan Shackleton: The Shackleton Archive, 126-127.


Ríocht na Mídhe VIII, 1 (1987)

O'Brien, Tim; Jennings, Mary & O'Brien, Declan: The equinox cycle as recorded at Cairn T Loughcrew, 3-15.

Chaloner, Desmond: Country house life in Meath 1810-1817. Extracts from the Kingsfort Journals, 16-31.

Cusack, Pearse: In search of Cussac: a note, 32-39.

Fagan, Patrick: The building of two eighteenth century chapels in the parish of Clonmellon, 40-44.

Mooney, Desmond: The origins of agrarian violence in Meath 1790-1828, 45-67.

O'Sullivan, William: Additional Medieval Meath Manuscripts, 68-70.

Kenny, Michael: Employment and wages in Pre-Famine Westmeath, 71-92.

Bradley, John: Surface flints from Nobber, Co. Meath, 93-96.

Coburn-Walshe, Helen: Responses to the Protestant Reformation in sixteenth century Meath, 97-109.

Kenny, Michael: A small coin hoard from Kells: silver pennies of Edward I and Edward II, 110-112.

Trench, C.E.F.: William Burton Conyngham 1733-1796, "profound scholar and antiquary", 113-128.

anon.: Monkstown graveyard, parish of Walterstown, Co. Meath, 129-134.

anon.: The Shackleton archive [two old photographs], 135-136.


Ríocht na Mídhe VIII, 2 (1988-89)

McCracken, Eileen: Tree planting by tenants in Meath 1800 to 1850, 3-20.

Moore, Michael: The "moat" at Castletown Kilberry, Co. Meath, 21-29.

Bradley, John: The medieval towns of County Meath, 30-49.

O'Brien, Tim: Winter solstice and decoration at Newgrange, 50-59.

Kenny, Michael: Anglo-Saxon pennies from Moyvore, Co. Westmeath, 60-63.

Buckley, Victor M.: Meath souterrains: some thoughts on Early Christian distribution patterns, 64-67.

McCullen, John: Gravestone inscriptions at Kilsharvan, 68-93.

Ó Muirthile, Déaglán: Two poems by Peter Galligan, 94-101.

Mooney, Desmond: A society in crisis: agrarian violence in Meath 1828-1835, 102-128.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Royal heraldry and some Irish arms at Trim, County Meath, 129-140.

King, Heather A.: An axe and adze from County Meath, 141-143.


Ríocht na Mídhe VIII, 3 (1990-91)

Nic Aongusa, Bairbre: The monastic hierarchy in twelfth century Ireland: the case of Kells, 3-20.

Bradley, John: Excavations at Moynagh Lough, Co. Meath, 1985 and 1987, 21-35.

Hobson, R.B.: David Jebb of Slane, 36-40.

Walsh, Claire: An excavation at the library site, High Street, Trim, 41-67.

Kenny, Michael: The Bulghars and Ballymore: an unusual coin find in Co. Westmeath, 68-72.

Cox, Liam: Some account of the O'Sheils of Westmeath and Offaly, 72-87.

Sweetman, P.D.: Archaeological excavations at St. John's Priory, Newtown, Trim, Co. Meath, 88-104.

Karkov, Catherine & Ruffing, John: The crannógs of Lough Ennell: a computer survey, 105-113.

Rice, Gerard: An addition to the corpus of bronze open work plaques emanating from a Clonmacnoise workshop in the twelfth century, 114-117.

Mooney, Desmond: A new order established - agrarian violence in Meath 1835-1844, 118-133.

Harbison, Peter: Meath high-cross fragments-lost and found, 134-144.

Hickey, Elizabeth: The monastery of eremite friars of Saint Augustine at Skryne, Co. Meath, 145-150.

Feeley, Ephrem: Early Christian and Anglo-Norman settlement in the townland of Baltrasna, Ashbourne, Co. Meath, 151-153.

Waters, Ormonde D.P.: The John Boyle O'Reilly Centenary 1890-1990, 154-157.


Ríocht na Mídhe VIII, 4 (1992-93)

Hillaby, Joe: Colonisation, crisis-management and debt: Walter de Lacy and the Lordship of Meath, 1189-1241, 1-50.

O'Reilly, Ann: Porcellanite axe from Rathfeigh, Co. Meath, 51-52.

Karkov, Catherine & Ruffing: The settlement systems of Lough Ennell: the 1992 survey, 53-61.

Garry, James: The Colpe inscriptions, 62-77.

Ó Canann, Tomás G.: Áth Uí Chanannáin and the toponomy of medieval Mide, 78-83.

King, Heather A.: A re-discovered late medieval cross in Slane, 84-91.

King, Heather A.: A tiled floor at Greenoge, Co. Meath, 92-93.

Fagan, Patrick: Luke Fagan - eighteenth century prelate, 94-111.

Ó Murchadha, Diarmuid: Odhbha and Navan, 112-123.

Dooley, Peter J.: The O'Dooleys of Fertullagh, 124-132.

Kenny, Michael: A silver penny of King Henry III, from Nure, Co. Westmeath, 133-134.

Kenny, Michael: Pennies of Edward I and Edward II from Ballykilroe, Co. Westmeath, 135-137.

French, C.E.F.: Brontë and the Boyne, 138-143.

Twomey, John: Bones appear in Aughnaskeagh, Mountnugent, 144-146.


Extra volume: Ríocht na Mídhe Index 1955-1989

Clancy, Julitta: Author index, 9-25.

Clancy, Julitta: Subject index, 27-106.

Appendix a: Lewis, Samuel: Maps from Lewis's Topographical Dictionary, 107-119.

Appendix b: Smith, W.P.:Ríocht na Mídhe - sources and booklist, 120-126.

Appendix c: Meath Archaeological and Historical Society, constitution and rules, 127-128.


Ríocht na Mídhe IX, 1 (1994-1995)

Swan, D.L.: Excavations at Kilpatrick, Killucan, Co. Westmeath, evidence for bone, antler and iron working, 1-21.

Kenny, Michael: Silver coins of Charles I (1625-49), found at Scurlockstown, Trim, 22-23.

McGrath, Bríd: County Meath from the depositions, 24-41.

Swords, Liam: Letter from the Northern Front, 42-49.

Longford, Lady Elizabeth: Wellington and the Irish connection, 50-60.

Kenny, Michael J.: Saint Kieran's church and graveyard, Ballymaglasson, County Meath, 61-69.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Salvaging cultural identity: Peter Gallegan (1792-1860), 70-87.

Griffin, Brian: An agrarian murder and evictions in Rathcore, 88-103.

Ó Muirí, Damien: O'Growney - one hundred years on, 104-134.

Connell, Paul: St. Finian's College 1802-1994, 135-157.

Bradley, John: Excavations at Moynagh Lough, Co. Meath, 158-169.


Ríocht na Mídhe IX, 2 (1996)

Swift, Cathy: Pagan monuments and Christian legal centres in early Meath, 1-26.

Corlett, Chris: Primitive incised markings on a stone from Cregg near Nobber, Co. Meath, 27-29.

Clinton, Mark: Two recently discovered souterrains in County Meath, 30-36.

Bhreathnach, Edel: The documentary evidence for pre-Norman Skreen, County Meath, 37-45.

Fenwick, Joe: Cross slab-Hill of Skreen, 46-47.

Swan, Leo: Archaeological testing at Stamullin, Co. Meath, 48-59.

McGrath, Bríd: County Meath Members of Parliament, 1560-1613, 60-72.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Forging identity: Michael Clarke and the hidden Ireland, 73-95.

Cusack, Danny: The Great Famine in and around Kells, 97-123.

McCullen, John: Building the Parochial House, Donore-1860, 124-132.

Ward, Michael: Memorials of the dead in Julianstown Church, 133-141.

McNiffe, Liam: The origins of the Garda Síochána: some Meath connections, 142-153.

Kearns, Raé: Republican justice in Meath 1919-1922, 154-163.

McNulty, Ann: Heritage education: a rationale, 164-174.


Ríocht na Mídhe IX, 3 (1997)

Fenwick, Joseph: A panoramic view from the Hill of Tara, Co. Meath, 1-11.

Swift, Cathy J.: Review article: Tara: a select bibliography (Edel Bhreathnach), 12-27.

Eogan, George: The Earlier Bronze Age grave-group from Rahinashurock, Co. Westmeath, reviewed, 28-45.

Corlett, Chris:A fulacht fiadh site at Moynagh lough, County Meath, 46-49.

Bradley, John: Archaeological excavations at Moynagh Lough, Co. Meath 1995-96, 50-61.

Cox, Liam: Origin of O'Higgins families, 62-72.

Holton, Karina: Medieval Cloncurry, 73-88.

McCabe, Brian: An Elizabethan prelate: John Garvey (1527-1595), 89-101.

Rice, Gerard: The Five Martyrs of Drogheda, 102-127.

Conlon, Larry: The influence of freemasonry in Meath and Westmeath in the eighteenth century, 128-157.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Native wit: folklore in north Meath, 158-179.

Ní Chonmhidhe-Piskorski, Méadhbh (ed.): Focail Ghailge as Cill Scíre, Co. na Mí, ó bhéal Jack Weldon, 1954/ Irish words from Kilskyre, Co. Meath, collected from Jack Weldon, 1954, 180-196.


Ríocht na Mídhe IX, 4 (1998)

Eogan, George & Roche, Helen: Further evidence for Neolithic habitation at Knowth, Co. Meath, 1-9.

Eogan, George & O'Broin, Niamh: A decorated stone at Mullagharoy, Co. Meath, 10-15.

Bhreathnach, Edel: Topographical note: Moynagh Lough, Nobber, Co. Meath, 16-19.

Corlett, Chris & Shanahan, Brian: Evidence for a horizontal mill on the River Dee, near Nobber, Co. Meath, 20-27.

Dargan, Pat: Nobber, an Anglo-Norman village, 28-39.

Masterson, Rory: Some lesser known ecclesiastical sites in Fore, Co. Westmeath, 40-48.

Swan, Leo: The Market Cross, Kells, Co. Meath, 49-55.

Cox, Liam: Claffey-origin of the name and family, 56-61.

Holton, Karina: An examination of some legal cases concerning medieval Cloncurry, 62-70.

Fagan, Patrick: The long episcopate of Stephen MacEgan, 71-102.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: A people's art: the great songs of Meath and Oriel, 103-120.

Clarke, Eamonn: The impact of the Famine on Kells Poor Law Union, 121-148.

Harris, Tom: Fairs and markets in the Environment of County Meath, 149-169.

Fennessy, Ignatius O.F.M.: The Franciscan College Multyfarnham 1897-1997: centenary lists, 170-180.


Ríocht na Mídhe X, 1 (1999)

Bradley, John: Excavations at Moynagh Lough, Co. Meath, 1997-98, 1-17.

Roche, Helen: Late Iron Age activity at Tara, Co. Meath, 18-30.

Dooley, Joseph & Rice, Gerard: Some objects found at Ervey Lake, Co. Meath, 31-51.

Cox, Liam: The Cenél Énna in western Meath (Brennan and Groark families), 52-57.

Hall, Dianne: The nuns of the medieval convent of Lismullin, County Meath, and their secular connections, 58-70.

Gillespie, Raymond: The burning of Ellen Ní Gilwey, 1647: a sidelight on popular belief in Meath, 71-77.

O'Sullivan, William: The Slane manuscript of the Annals of the Four Masters, 78-85.

de Brún, Pádraig: An Irish manuscript of eighteenth-century Meath, 86-91.

Coogan, Oliver: Sectarianism in Meath, 1792-98, 92-124.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Fr. Paul O'Brien of Cormeen (1763-1820), folk-poet and Maynooth professor, 125-151.

Kenny, Michael J.: Tablets and tombstones in the Church of the Blessed Trinity at Ratoath and in Ratoath old graveyard, 152-161.


Ríocht na Mídhe XI (2000)

Eogan, George: A group of megalithic monuments at Kingsmountain—Clonasillagh, Co. Meath, 1-16.

O’Broin, Niamh: A decorated stone from Mountainstown, Co. Meath, 17-19.

Barton, Róisín: A possible slave-chain from Knowth, Co. Meath, 20-23.

Swift, Cathy J.: The local context of Qenach Tailten, 24-50.

Clinton, Mark & Manning, Conleth: A second souterrain in the townland of Newrath Big, County Meath, 51-57

Masterson, Rory: The Church and the Anglo-Norman colonisation of Ireland: a case study of the priory of Fore, 58-70.

Cox, Liam: The Dillons, Lords of Kilkenny West: part one, 71-87.

O’Connor, Thomas: Thomas Messingham (c. 1575-1638?) and the seventeenth-century Church, 88-105.

Griffin, Brian: "Some intriguing parson, who wishes to attract attention": Reverend Richard Ryan, 106-123.

Ó Cairbre, Fiacre: William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865): Ireland’s greatest mathematician, 124-150.

Fagan, Patrick: Michael Fagan: the Westmeath Invincible, 151-170.

Everard, Richard: Sir Nugent Everard and his efforts to revive Randlestown, 171-186.

Duffy, P.J.: Heritage and history: exploring landscape and place in Co. Meath, 187-218.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Landmarks of the people: Meath and Cavan places prominent in Lughnasa mythology and folklore, 219-239.


Ríocht na Mídhe XII (2001)

Eogan, George: Archaeology in Meath: past, present and future, 1-16.

Eogan, George: High crosses in Brega, 17-24.

Donnelly, Al: A standing stone in Ardmulchan, Navan, 25-26.

Feeley, Ephrem: A survey of archaeological remains: O.S. Sheet 45—Co. Meath, 27-66.

Ní Chonmidhe Piskorski, Méadbh: Some Meath placenames, 67-73.

Cox, Liam: The Dillons, Lords of Kilkenny West: part two, 74-89.

McGrath, Brid: Meath Members of Parliament, 1634–1641, 90-107.

Fagan, Patrick: The parish of Taghmon in the eighteenth century, 108-128.

O Boyle, Enda: Inscriptions from gravestones in Duleek Old Churchyard and from plaques in St. Kienan’s Church of Ireland church, 129-155.

Masterson, Rory: Carlanstown, Co. Westmeath: the lost demesne, 156-164.

Leonard, Nicholas Anthony: Philip Gray—a forgotten revolutionary son of Meath, 165-175.

Clarke, Richard: The disestablishment of the Church of Ireland—the Meath connection, 176-187.

Dooley, Terence A.M.: "A world turned upside down": a study of the changing social world of the landed nobility of County Meath 1875-1945, 188-228.

MacGabhann, Séamus: Sustaining community heritage: the case for political action, 229-234.


Ríocht na Mídhe XIII (2002)

Eogan, George: The M1 motorway and its archaeology: introduction, 1-7.

Bolger, Theresa: The sites on the M1 motorway, at Rathmullan, Co. Meath, 8-17.

Clarke, Linda & Murphy, Donald: Excavation of a Bronze Age enclosure (site 17), Lagavooren townland, Co. Meath, 18-22.

Russell, Ian R., Mossop, Matt & Corcoran, Eoin: Claristown 2: a cemetery and later cairn; excavations on the M1 motorway, 23-31.

Russell, Ian R. & Corcoran, Eoin: Excavation of a possible Bronze Age enclosure at Kilsharvan townland, Co. Meath, 32-34.

O'Rourke, Dáire: Archaeology and Roads, 35-40.

Masterson, Rory: The early Anglo-Norman colonisation of Fore, Co. Westmeath, 44-60.

Cox, Liam: The Dillons, Lords of Kilkenny West: Part three, 61-68.

O'Boyle, Enda: Inscriptions from gravestones in Duleek Old Churchyard and from plaques in St. Kieran's Church of Ireland church, 69-99.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Carolan's legacy: from Jonathan Swift to Brian Keenan; Part one, 100-110.

O'Brien, Seamus: Famine in the Midlands: Mullingar Poor Law Union, 1845–49, 111-128.

Coogan, Tom: The civil parish of Ardbraccan, 129-138.

Cusack, Danny: With an olive branch and a shillelagh; the paradox of Paddy Lynch: Part one, 139-164.

Cooney, Helen: The poems of Francis Ledwidge: echoes and epiphanies. Annual Ledwidge Memorial Day lecture, 2001, 165-178.


Ríocht na Mídhe XIV (2003)

Corlett, Christiaan: The Tara broadcast, 5-21.

Feeley, Ephrem: A medieval floor-tile fragment from Donaghmore, Ashbourne, Co. Meath, 22-25.

Moynes, James: The Prestons of Gormanston, c. 1300-1532: an Anglo-Irish gentry family, 26-55.

Cox, Liam: The Dillons, Lords of Kilkenny West: Part four, 56-66.

Kelly, Seamus: The impact of the Confederate Wars (1641–52) on the towns of Kells and Trim, 67-72.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Meath Wild Geese: veterans in the Invalides, 73-103.

Fagan, Patrick: Thomas Nugent, fourth Earl of Westmeath: his life and times, 104-135.

Ó Domhnalláin, Tomás: Donlon family history, 1988, 136-143.

Gurrin, Brian F.: The Union of Navan in 1766, 144-169.

Clare, James: Michael Tormey—priest and patriot, 170-176.

Norton, Desmond: On the Dublin and Meath estates of the Earl of Howth in the 1840s, 177-193.

Dooley, Terence: Alexander 'Baby' Gray (1858–1916) and the battle at Ashbourne, 28 April 1916, 194-229.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: St. Ultan and Ardbraccan, 230-241.

O'Boyle, Enda: Words and expressions from the Duleek area. Part one, 242-259.

Powell, John S.: Bernere—a Portarlington house: a personal opinion (note), 227-229.

Costello, Con: Thomas Sherrard's map of Naas: 1787 (note), 229.

Mansfield, G.P.L.: The location of John Lattin's residence (note), 229.

Mac Cionaoith, P.B.: The Shackleton Harness (note), 230.


Ríocht na Mídhe XV (2004)

Eogan, George: Knowth, 40 years on, 1-11.

Prendergast, Kate: Caves of the winter sun: synthesising the evidence for astronomical orientation at the Boyne Valley passage tombs, 12-25.

Ó Hannracháin, Eoghan: Meath cavalrymen in 18th-century Europe, 26-49.

Kindelan, Ultano: Irish clans abroad: the Kindelans of Meath, 50-58.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Carolan honoured by Nobber monument, 59-65.

Ó Mórdha, Séamas P.: Manuscript and scribal traditions in Meath, 66-82.

Gurrin, Brian F.: Navan, Co. Meath, in 1766, 83-100.

McCan, Anthony: John McCan (1778–1854): miller, flour merchant and farmer, 101-115.

Marmion, James: The Meath ancestors of Blessed Abbot Columba Marmion, O.S.B., 1858–1923, 116-122.

Griffin, Brian: The early history of cycling in Meath and Drogheda, 123-151.

Cusack, Danny: With an olive branch and a shillelagh: the paradox of Paddy Lynch (continued), 152-172.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Marie: Councillor Tully's views on women and paid work, 173-179.

MacSweeney, Marie: "From a troubled heart": the writer Terence Hanbury White in Meath, 180-198.

Clancy, Julitta: Tara and the M3 motorway: a wake-up call for County Meath. Opinion piece by Julitta Clancy, 235-239.


Ríocht na Mídhe XVI (2005)

Bhreathnach, Edel: Defining the historical landscape of Tara, 1-7.

Fenwick, Joe: The geophysical survey of the M3 toll-motorway corridor: a prelude to Tara’s destruction? 8-22.

Gibson, Paul J. & Breen, Rebekah: The internal structure of the Galtrim motte, County Meath, as revealed by ground-penetrating radar and electrical resistivity geophysical techniques, 23-28.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Westmeath cavalryman in Europe, 29-58.

Ó Háinle, Cathal G.: Fr. Francis Leynagh’s letter (February 1725/6), 59-68.

Comerford, Patrick: The Bishop of Meath and the Ratoath impostor: Thomas Lewis Beirne (1748–1823) and Laurence Hynes Halloran (1765–1831), 69-82.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Continuity and transition in the poetry of James Tevlin (1798–1873), 83-104.

Barrett, Rachel: Dunshaughlin Workhouse, 1838–1849. Part one, 105-119.

Fagan, Patrick: Letters from America by a Westmeath emigrant in the 1840s, 120-131.

McCabe, Brian: Some glimpses of the early GAA in Meath, 132-141.

Griffin, Brian: A forgotten Meath author: Katherine Francis Purdon, 142-169.

Shortt, Russell: IRA activity in Westmeath during the War of Independence, 1918–21, 170-188.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: Mother Columba Gibbons of the Loreto Convent in Navan and author of the ballad "Who fears to speak of Easter Week", 169-193.

Ní Chonmidhe-Piskorski, Méadbh: Margaret Conway: founding editor of Ríocht na Midhe, 194-211.


Ríocht na Mídhe XVII (2006)

Ní Bhrolcháin, Muireann: The Tara-Skryne or the Gabhra Valley in early Irish literature, 1-15.

Eogan, George: Some archaeological sites at Tailteann and environs, Co. Meath (with appendix by Patricia Ryan on the Donaghpatrick Scratch Dial), 16-31.

King, Heather A., Moving the High Cross from the Medieval market place of Kells, Co Meath, 32-49.

Scott, Brendan: The clergy and religious reform in the sixteenth century diocese of Meath, 50-63.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Patrick Fagan, historian and man of letters: an interview, 64-76.

Fagan, Patrick: Thomas Dease, Bishop of Meath, 1622-1651: his life and times, 77-115.

French, Noel E.: Changes in land ownership in Lune, 1641–c.1675, 116-143.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Captain Henry Barnewall Plunkett of Rathmoe’s widow and four daughters, 144-172.

Gurrin, Brian: No country for young men—the 1813–15 census returns for County Meath, 173-202.

Barrett, Rachel: Dunshaughlin Workhouse 1838–1849, part two, 203-222.

Cox, Ronald: Bridging the gap: the Boyne Viaduct 1855—conception, design and construction, 223-253.

Shortt, Russell: IRA activity in Westmeath during the War of Independence, 1918–21, part two, 254-265.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: A medical appointment in Meath: controversy in Kilskyre, 266-270.

Hunt, Tom: Cusack Park, Mullingar: the conception, difficult gestation and spectacular delivery of a GAA venue, 271-291.

Murray, Cecily: An oral history of Gibbstown Gaeltacht, Co. Meath: part one, 292-314.


Ríocht na Mídhe XVIII (2007)

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: Enhancing a precious legacy: County Meath Heritage Plan, 1-15.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Was Saint Wendel from Delvin? 16-32.

Gibson, Paul J.: Archaeo-magnetic investigation of the former monastic site at Kilskyre, Co. Meath, 33-38.

King, Heather A.: Nobber: an important Early Medieval ecclesiastical site, 39-66.

Veach, Colin T.: Henry II’s grant of Meath to Hugh de Lacy in 1172: a reassessment, 67-94.

Haworth, Richard: Medieval Trim: the making of a Heritage Town. Review article, 95-107.

Clare, Linda: Continuity and change in north-east Meath 1400–1540, 108-131.

Gillespie, Raymond: A Mullingar election of 1637, 132-135.

McCabe, Brian: Survey of St. John’s Graveyard, Kells, 136-150.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: Lord Fingall of Killeen Castle and Edward Hay of Wexford: Catholic politics in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, 151-155.

French, Noel E.: The impact of the Great Famine on the population of County Meath, 156-169.

Hunt, Tom: Polo: an alternative recreational outlet for Westmeath’s sporting gentry, 1881–1905, 170-183.

Ó Muraíle, Nollaig: ‘Prince of Irish Historians’ – a great Meath scholar, Fr. Paul Walsh (1885–1941), 184-219.

Fagan, Patrick: The Valley of the Squinting Windows: background to a novel, 220-233.

Murray, Cecily: The forgotten Gaeltacht: an oral history of Gibbstown. Part two, 234-255.


Ríocht na Mídhe Index, Volumes I–XVIII  (1955–2007)

Compiled by Julitta Clancy. Incorporating the 1955-1974 index, compiled by Patrick J Daly and the 1955-1989 Index compiled by Julitta Clancy. ISSN 0461-5050  2008.

Author index 1-24.

Subject Index 23-124.

Appendix a: Constitution and rules of Meath Archaeological and Historical Society, 125-127.

Appendix b: List of officers and Council members, 2008-09, 129.

Appendix c: Map of the Baronies of Meath 1656-1657, 130.

Front endpaper: The Ancient Kingdom of Meath (map).

Back endpaper: The Diocese of Meath (map).


Ríocht na Mídhe XIX (2008)

Eogan, George: A cupmarked stone at Bobsville (Clonabreany), Co. Meath, 1-14.

Monk, Michael: The livestock economy of Early Medieval Knowth, Co. Meath, in context. Review article, 15-22.

Buckley, Ann: Musical monuments from Medieval Meath, 23-42.

Peter, Manfred: The life of St. Wendelin (St. Wendelinus – St. Findalan) of Delvin and the Saarland, 43-54.

Downey, Clodagh: The life and work of Cúán ua Lothcháin, 55-78.

Mount, Charles: Notes on the history of the manor of Nobber, 79-84.

Lennon, Colm: The parish fraternities of County Meath in the late middle ages, 85-101.

Ó Maitiú, Ciarán: Turlough O’Carolan: an appraisal of his Gaelic verse: part one, 102-116.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Westmeath veterans in the Hôtel Royal des Invalides, Paris, 117-145.

Scally, Barbara: Origins of the County Meath Infirmary, 146-156.

Chemin, Cécile: Sources of medical history in Local Authority archives, 157-169.

Cusack, Danny: Breaking the silence: the poets of north Meath and the Great Famine, 170-188.

Mac Gabhann, Séamus: The Parnell split in Meath: an interview, 189-193.

Fagan, Patrick: Michael Walsh, the poet of Fore, 194-203.

McCullen, John: The hunting journal of Helen Louisa McDonnell of Kilsharvan, Co Meath, 1932-1939, 204-213.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: ‘Internal tamponage, hockey parturition and mixed athletics in the 1930s, 40s and 50s’, 214-222.

French, Noel E.: The development of second-level education in County Meath 1560-1966, 223-236.


Ríocht na Mídhe XX (2009)

Eogan, George: Dowth Passage Tomb: note on possible structural sequence, 1-4.

Fenwick, Joe; Warner, Richard & Eogan, George: Revealing hidden details of the ancient landscape at Newgrange, Brugh ne Bóinne World Heritage Site, Co. Meath, 5-23.

Hackett, Liam: An excavation of a fulacht fiadh in Carranstown, Co. Meath, 24-28.

O’Flynn, Eoin: The career of Máelsechnaill II, 29-68.

Gibson, P.J.: Seeing beneath the ground using geophysics at the former ecclesiastical site of Clonard, Co. Meath: 69-79.

Seaver, Matthew: Summary of excavations at Bridge Park, Nobber, County Meath, 80-97.

Mullins, Clare: Archaeological excavation at Haggard Street, Trim, Co. Meath, 98-116.

Hogan, Arlene: The lands of Llanthony Prima and Secunda in Ireland 1172–1541: the settlement of Meath, 117-142.

Ó Maitiú, Ciarán: Turlough O’Carolan: an appraisal of his Gaelic verse. Part two, 143-155.

Scally, Barbara: Origins of the County of Meath Infirmary. Part two, 156-170.

Tiernan, Sonja: "A zealous Catholic and notorious trouble-maker": the Gormanston Papers in the National Library of Ireland, 171-188.

Gallagher, Caroline: Bishop Thomas Lewis O’Beirne of Meath (c.1747–1823): politician and churchman, 189-208.

Smith, John: The Oldcastle Workhouse and the Poor Law 1838–1920, 209-242.

Fagan, Patrick: When Meath politics shook the nation: review article [review of David Lawlor’s Divine Right? The Parnell Split in Meath], 243-251.

Whearity, Peter F.: Belgian refugees in Ireland during World War One. Part one, 252-272.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: Antonia MacDonnell, Meath’s first female barrister, and the legal profession in Ireland in the early twentieth century, 273-276.

French, Noel E.: The impact of free second level education in County Meath 1966–1986, 277-295.


Ríocht na Mídhe XXI (2010)

Wadden, Patrick: The first English invasion: Irish responses to the Northumbrian attack on Brega, 684, 1-33.

French, Noel E.: Derivation of townland names in Trim civil parish, 34-64.

McGrath, Bríd: Athboy’s election returns, 1640 and 1642, 65-72.

Eogan, George: A linear earthwork complex in the Nobber area, County Meath, 73-82.

Hurley, Livia: Some late eighteenth-century developments under the Conyngham family at Slane, 83-92.

Tiernan, Sonja: Hidden in plain sight: uncovering the history of Meath women, 93-109.

Ó hAnnracháin, E.: The trials of Bryan Seery, 110-141.

Hunt, Tom: Walter Newburn: the life and times of an international athlete, 142-165.

Windsor, Grace: Carson, witches and adders: King Carson and the Witch, by John C. O’Neill (1914), 166-179.

Tier, Noel: The 5th Battalion, Irish Volunteers, in Ashbourne, Co. Meath and surrounding areas, Monday 24 April to Sunday 30 April 1916, 180-188.

Whearity, Peter F.: Belgian refugees in Ireland during World War One, Part two, 189-211.

Smith, John: The Oldcastle Prisoner of War camp 1914-1918, 212-250.

Fagan, Patrick: Growing up in Westmeath: musings of an octogenarian, 251-259.

Ó Háinle, Cathal: My father and Ballinahown folklore, 260-299.

Harmon, Maurice: Peter Fallon’s profane rituals, 300-323.


Ríocht na Mídhe XXII (2011)

Eogan, George: Some individual stones with prehistoric art from County Meath, 1-19.

Shine, Denis: A note on prehistoric activity recorded at Ráth Cairn, 20-25.

Peter, Manfred: St. Wendelin of Delvin in the German Saarland: a portrait of the Sankt Wendel region, 26-42.

Giacometti, Antoine: Exploring domestic and non-domestic space in an Early Medieval landscape at Navan Moat, Co. Meath, 43-59.

Feeley, Ephrem: Two newly-discovered archaeological sites in south-east Meath, 60-63.

Bellew, Seamus: Heraldry of the Somerville and other families at Kentstown, Co. Meath, 64-89.

French, Noel E.: The Ó Dálaigh bardic poets of Meath: their poetry and patrons, 90-101.

Shine, Denis & Travers, Ciara: An interesting burial at Rathmolyon, Co. Meath (an osteological note), 102-112.

Hazard, Benjamin: ‘An Ark in the Deluge’: Multyfarnham Abbey and the Nugents of Delvin, 1607–41, 113-123.

Mulligan, Kevin: Headfort and the significance of the demesne landscape in Meath, 124-130.

Ní Mhunghaile, Lesa: Scribal networks and manuscript circulation in Meath during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, 131-149.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: The massacre at Castlepollard, 1831: socio-political aspects, 150-178.

Barrett, Rachel: Education of workhouse children in Co. Meath 1840-1850, 179-199.

Lawlor, David: Parnell: from landlord of Avondale to MP for Meath, 200-211.

Ó Háinle, Cathal: My father and Ballinahown folklore. Part two, 212-265.

Ó hÓgartaigh, Ciarán & Ó hÓgartaigh, Margaret: Business records in counties Meath and Westmeath, 266-273.

McCabe, Brian: A new database of medieval documents, illustrated by some fourteenth-century references to Kells, 274-279.