In December 2019 the IAFS led a community excavation in the field surrounding Clone Church, Clone townland in Co. Wexford.
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Institute of Technology Sligo: Archaeology Department – MSc (2015) Sinead Middleton of the Institute of Technology Sligo carried out a study of medieval glass from a previous field-school, the Blackfriary, as part of her MSc thesis. She used X-ray fluorescence (XRF) and scanning electron microscope (SEM) to undertake multi- and trace-elemental analysis of the glass. […]
In the summers of 2016 and 2017 3D scanning of the standing remains of Trim Castle and its surrounding medieval landscape was undertaken by the IAFS partnered with Prof. Michael ‘Bodhi’ Rogers of University of Colorado, Denver.
In June 2017 geophysical survey by Ashely Green (Bournemouth University) and the IAFS was undertaken at the site, at the request of Offaly County Council.
In June 2021 the IAFS will launch a major next archaeological research project at the site of St Aidan’s Monastery, Ferns, Co. Wexford
In August 2017 3D scanning, or digital conservation, of the standing remains was undertaken by the Irish Heritage School partnered with Prof. Michael ‘Bodhi’ Rogers of University of Colorado, Denver.
In December 2016 geophysical survey was undertaken by the IAFS, Ashely Green (Bournemouth University) and the local community. The survey revealed evidence of several trends, including one that is morphologically similar to a back-filled souterrain, as well as a sub-rectangular ‘feature’.
In January 2018 ‘Digging the Lost Town of Carrig’ archaeological project commenced in the Irish National Heritage Park, Wexford, Ireland.