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  • Paint the Past Archaeological and Historical

    For a number of reasons little was done, until relatively recently, to interpret the Black Pig's Dyke and other associated earthworks such as the Dorsey and the Dane's Cast. In the past 30-40 years much has been accomplished by archaeologists in understanding the enigma behind their purpose and, although some interesting proposals have been

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  • At the Black Pig's Dyke - Druid Theatre

    Feb 15, 1994 · At the Black Pig's Dyke. Set on the border between Leitrim and Fermanagh, this tragic love story weaves together past and present through the tradition of mumming and storytelling accompanied by toe-tapping dance and live music from fiddle, accordian and bodhran. This play tells a story that would break your heart while touching your comic nerve.

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  • Wansdyke Project 21, links to earthworks on the internet

    Black Pig's Dyke, N. Ireland Excavation information of the Black Pig's Dyke/Worm Ditch linear earthwork. Bokerley Dyke, Some pictures and field notes from the Modern Antiquarian website. Car Dyke, Lincolnshire Car Dyke, not a defensive earthwork (possibly either a catch-water drain to stop flooding of the fens or a Roman Imperial estate

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  • Planning - Friends of the Irish Environment

    Jan 27, 2006 · A heritage group has mounted a campaign against plans to extend a quarry near the Black Pig's Dyke in Co Cavan. The dyke is an ancient defensive barrier once thought to have stretched from Armagh to Donegal. In 2003, the company was told by the council to cease excavation where it had no permission, and it had done so. A decision on the

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  • Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork

    site is located adjacent to the Black Pig's Dyke (FER 262:029) (Fig. 2). The Sites and Monuments Record details the monument as having substantial upstanding remains. The proposed development site is located within a roughly rectangular field, bounded on the east by a post and wire fence, as well as hedgerows interspersed with mature trees.

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  • At The Black Pigs Dyke - Toronto Irish Players

    At the Black Pigs Dyke marks David's first outing with the Toronto Irish Players. A recent graduate of U of T, David has performed and directed in a number of the university's productions since 2001, including The Laramie Project, Possible Worlds, and A Midsummer Nights Dream.

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  • Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork

    site is located adjacent to the Black Pig's Dyke (FER 262:029) (Fig. 2). The Sites and Monuments Record details the monument as having substantial upstanding remains. The proposed development site is located within a roughly rectangular field, bounded on the east by a post and wire fence, as well as hedgerows interspersed with mature trees.

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  • The Black Pig's Dyke Regional Project - Roscommon County

    The Black Pig's Dyke Regional Project. Phase 1 of the Black Pig's Dyke project 2014 was funded by Monaghan, Roscommon, Longford and Cavan county councils in association with the Heritage Council. An interdisciplinary research team of archaeologists, historians, GIS specialists and geophysicists has collated a large body of new information

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  • (PDF) Linear Earthworks.pdf | Colin McGarry - Academia.edu

    A brief overview of the Black Pig's Dyke linear earthwork, surrounding Iron Age Ulster, including comparisons to early Irish sagas

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  • Excavation at the Black Pig's Dyke - JSTOR Home

    Excavations on the Dorsey and the Black Pig's Dyke 33 a south-westerly direction from the Dorsey ramparts. Less certain is the evidence of an air-photograph,6 as an apparent ditch along this line becomes confused with the river and bog just below it. The position could be fixed on the ground with

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  • Materialising Power: The Black Pig's Dyke and Linear

    The Annual Martin Doody Memorial Lecture will take place online via Zoom Webinar on Thursday, 9 December 2021.. Cóilín Ó Drisceoil will present the lecture on the topic of Materialising Power: The Black Pig's Dyke and Linear Earthworks in Ireland.It will focus …

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  • encastellated, AD 950–1550: Insular castle-building in its

    excavation on the Black Pig's Dyke at. Aghareagh, Co. Monaghan, the. results of which form the core of. Materialising power: the. archaeology of the Black Pig's Dyke, Co. Monaghan. by Cóilín Ó Drisceoil. and Aidan Walsh, with contributions. by Turtle Bunbury, Heather Gimson, Susan Lyons and Fiona Petchey (Wordwell 2021, €35.00, ISBN

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  • Excavation at the Black Pig's Dyke - JSTOR Home

    EXCAVATION AT THE BLACK PIG'S DYKE by Aidan Walsh Across the landscape of the modern-day county of Monaghan stretches a sinuous and puzzling archaeological feature known to local people as "The Black Pig's Dyke", "The Worm Ditch" or "The Black Pig's Race". Its origin has often been the subject of speculation and its purpose and age have been

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  • NEW EXPLORATION OF BLACK PIG'S DYKE PROPOSED AS …

    May 03, 2013 · Archaeologist and museum consultant Aidan Walsh in a talk on the Black Pig's Dyke at last Thursday's launch recalled the 1982 excavation he conducted in the Scotshouse area in 1982 when he was curator of Monaghan Co Museum – the first professional archaeological dig to …

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  • encastellated, AD 950–1550: Insular castle-building in its

    excavation on the Black Pig's Dyke at. Aghareagh, Co. Monaghan, the. results of which form the core of. Materialising power: the. archaeology of the Black Pig's Dyke, Co. Monaghan. by Cóilín Ó Drisceoil. and Aidan Walsh, with contributions. by Turtle Bunbury, Heather Gimson, Susan Lyons and Fiona Petchey (Wordwell 2021, €35.00, ISBN

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  • NEW EXPLORATION OF BLACK PIG'S DYKE PROPOSED AS …

    May 03, 2013 · Archaeologist and museum consultant Aidan Walsh in a talk on the Black Pig's Dyke at last Thursday's launch recalled the 1982 excavation he conducted in the Scotshouse area in 1982 when he was curator of Monaghan Co Museum – the first professional archaeological dig to …

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  • A Tour of the Archaeological Sites in the Parish of Aghaderg

    the Danes. Whether the term "Black Pig" referred to one of the victors of the battle of Aghaderg or a mythological animals is unknown. The boar was admired in those times for his bravery, strength and ferocity.. Mention of this battle and the Black Pigs Dyke links these two features to Lisnagead (Fort of the

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  • Plays

    At the Black Pig's Dyke is a story of murder, mystery, fairy tale and tragic love. The play is set on the border of Northern and Southern Ireland where family feuds are passed down through generations. The story is told using the pagan ritual of the mummers' play as a metaphor for Ireland at a time where people laughed at a wake and cried when

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  • At the Black Pig's Dyke

    At The Black Pig's Dyke is a story of murder, mystery, fairy tale and tragic love. The play is set on the border of Northern and Southern Ireland where family feuds are passed down through generations. The story is told using the pagan ritual of the mummers' play as a metaphor for Ireland at a time where people laughed at a wake and cried when a child was born.

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  • The Black Pig's Dyke - Voices from the Dawn

    Walsh, A. (1987) 'Excavating the Black Pig's Dyke' Emania 3, 5-11. Use the Map Search to search the database by County. For a more detailed search please click on the Advanced Search button below.

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