Patrick wallace november 2015 written by wood quays chief archaeologist and the former director of the national museum of ireland this book is an in depth analysis of the most famous viking excavation in ireland. Viking dublin the wood quay excavations by patrick wallace review this expensive glossy tome on the wood quay excavations is a marvel of design and colour but compromised by poor writing and . Overlooking the wood quay excavations in the heart of dublin photo national museum of ireland between 1974 and 1981 excavations in dublins historic centre revealed a vast swathe of intact archaeology spanning most of the viking founded towns scandinavian occupation. Viking dublin the wood quay excavations published in book reviews issue 3 may june 2016 reviews volume 24 patrick f wallace irish academic press eur60 isbn 9780716533146 reviewed by franc myles despite the enduring popularity of archaeology on television and in the media few people realise whats actually involved in the process of archaeological excavation. From finding viking bedding to discovering the remains of a red haired man the wood quay dig was one of the highlights of dr patrick wallaces life his account of the project is a great read
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