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Conservation Publications

Barnes, L. (2016). ‘The conservation of a collection of Blashka glass models from the Natural History Museum, Dublin’ in Miles, R. (eds.) Conservation activities in Ireland III and IV. Dublin: Wordwell Ltd, pp. 67-72.

Bernaciak, K. and Morton, K. (2016). ‘Conservation of a group of Mesolithic fish-trap baskets from Clowanstown, Co. Meath, Ireland’ in Grant, T. and Cook, C. (eds.) Proceedings of the 12th ICOM-CC Group on Wet Organic Materials Conference Istanbul 2013. Canada: International Council of Museums, Committee for Conservation, pp. 283-88.

Haywood, C., Foley, M., Kennedy, A., Morton, K., Mullarkey P., Norton, J. and Rourke, G. (1998) ‘Conservation guidelines for archaeologists’. Irish Professional Conservators’ and Restorers’ Association (IPCRA), Archaeological conservation Working Group.

Gillis, J. (2012). ‘Book in a bog - The Faddan More Psalter’ in Driscoll, M. (ed.) Care and Conservation of Manuscripts 13: proceedings of the thirteenth international seminar held at the University of Copenhagen, 13-15 April 2011. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press

Gillis, J (2012). ‘The Faddan More Psalter’ in Ryan, S. and Leahy, B. (eds.) Treasures of Irish Christianity: people, texts and events. Dublin: Veritas.

Gillis, J. (2013). ‘The methodology behind de-watering the vellum from the Faddan More Psalter’. Journal of the Institute of Conservation, 35 (2), pp. 137-151.

Gillis, J. (2014). ‘The Faddan More Psalter: De-watering the vellum’, The Book and Paper Group Annual 33, AIC Annual Conference. San Francisco, April 2014. American Institute of Conservation, pp. 35-43.

Gillis, J. (2015). ‘The Faddan More Psalter’ in Breathnach, L. (eds.) Proceedings XIV International Congress of Celtic Studies. Dublin: School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies, pp.1-18.

Gillis, J. and Read, A. (2007). ‘The Faddan More Psalter: A progress update’. ICON News, 11.

Morton, K. (2007). ‘The wall painting fragments’ in Clyne, M. (ed.) Kells Priory, Co. Kilkenny archaeological excavations by T. Fanning and M. Clyne – Archaeological Monograph Series, No. 3. Dublin: Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Stationary Office, pp. 206-225.

Morton, K and Bernaciak, K. (2013). ‘Suspended in time’.  Seanda NRA Archaeology Magazine, 8, pp. 32-3.

Mullarkey, P. (1991). ‘Writing tablets’ in Webster, L. and Backhouse, J. (eds.) The Making of England: Anglo Saxon art and culture, A.D. 600 – 900.  London: British Museum Press, pp.80-81. 

Mullarkey, P. (2004). ‘Some observations on the form and date of the Soisceál Molaise book shrine’, in Hourihane, C. (ed.) Irish art historical studies in honour of Peter Harbison. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 124-140.

Mullarkey, P. (2007). ‘The figural iconography of the Soiscéal Molaise and Stowe Missal book shrines’, in Moss, R. (ed.) Making and meaning in insular art. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 50-69.
Mullarkey, P. (2010). ‘XRF analysis of the Tullahennel Brooch’, in Murray, G. ‘A Zoomorphic Penannular Brooch from Tullahennell North, Co. Kerry’, North Munster Antiquarian Journal, Vol. 50, pp. 1-13.

Mullarkey, P. (2012). ‘The composition of Roman, Early Christian and Viking period metal objects from Knowth’ in Eogan, G. (ed.) Excavations at Knowth 5: The archaeology of Knowth in the first and second millenia AD. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, pp. 769-774.

Mullarkey, P. (2013). ‘XRF analysis of selected artefacts’ in Manning, C. (ed.) Clogh Oughter Castle, Co. Cavan: archaeology, history and architecture.  Archaeological monograph Series: 8, Dublin: Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, pp. 222-223.

Mullarkey, P. (2014). ‘Analysis of the London Seal’, in B. Scott, ‘ Lead Cloth seals from Carrickfergus, County Antrim, and a London Seal in the National Museum of Ireland’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 72, 2013-14, 220-25.
Mullarkey, P. (2014). ‘Book Shrine’ essay and various entries in Moss, R. (ed.) Art and architecture of Ireland. Volume 1: The Medieval period, London and New Haven: Yale University Press), pp 295-303.

Mullarkey, P. (2014). ‘Metallurgical Analysis’ in Hurley, M.F and Brett, C. (eds.) Archaeological Excavations at South Main Street 2003-2005. Cork: Cork City Council, p. 560.

Mullarkey, P. (2014). ‘XRF Analysis of the Central Plate…’ and ‘Remedial Conservation Work on the Cross of Cong’ in Murray, G. The Cross of Cong: A masterpiece of medieval Irish art. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, pp. 300-305.

Mullarkey, P. (2015). ‘X-ray fluorescence analysis of the non-ferrous artefacts’ in Harrison, S. and Ó Floinn, R., Viking Graves and Grave-Goods in Ireland- Medieval Dublin Excavations 1962-81. Dublin: National Museum of Ireland, pp. 749-57.

Mullarkey, P. (2016). ‘The shrine of St Caillín of Fenagh’, in Gillespie, R (eds.) Making the Book of Fenagh: context and text. Cavan: Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne, pp. 85-122

Mullarkey, P. (2017). ‘Faint steps: a note on the transmission of materials and techniques among goldsmith, illuminator and scribe’ in Moss, R., O’Mahony, F. and Maxwell, J. (eds.) An Insular odyssey: Manuscript culture in early Christian Ireland and beyond. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 128–137.

Mullarkey, P. (FORTHCOMING) ‘The Sealed Word? Book-Boxes and Book-Shrines: The Irish Dimension’ in NicGhabhann, N and O'Donovan, D. (eds) Mapping new territories in art and architectural histories: essays in honour of Roger Stalley. Turnhout: Brepols

Murphy, D. & French, K. 2005 The Conservation of the Clothing and Equipment Belonging to Surgeon-Major T.H. Parke. In Baldwin, J. & McGuinne, N. (Eds.) Irish Professional Conservators' and Restorers' Association Spring Journal 2005, pp 14-17.

Read, A. (2016). ‘The conservation of iron and waterlogged wooden axes using sucrose’ in Baldwin, J. (eds.) Conservation activities in Ireland III and IV. Dublin: Wordwell Ltd, pp. 53-58.

Wheeler, M. and Heady, T. (2008). ‘Conservation of Tibetan thangka paintings from the National Museum of Ireland, Dublin’, in Ballard, M. and Dignard, C. (eds.) Proceedings of the Forum on the Conservation of Thangkas, Special Session of the ICOM-CC 15th Triennial Conference. New Delhi, India, September 26, 2008. © ICOM-CC pp. 91-98.

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