Climate Change Lecture Series: Can the past adapt to an uncertain future?
This is the second of a series of four lectures on Climate Change in Archaeology hosted by the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
Disc-headed copper-alloy pin with silver inlay
Detail of ribbon torc terminal
Detail of hand from 'Old Croghan Man', a bog body on display in the Kingship and Sacrifice exhibition
A range of silver brooches made by Irish and Viking craftsmen. Ninth and tenth centuries.
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The archaeological collection is the primary repository of ancient Irish artefacts.
The collection is an indispensable source for researchers into the development of Irish civilization from prehistoric times until the end of the Middle Ages and beyond.
Core collections assembled in the late 18th and 19th centuries by the Royal Dublin Society and the Royal Irish Academy have expanded over the last 100 years to number in excess of two million objects.
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