Issue: Archaeology and the National Roads Authority:

Subtitle proceedings from two seminars in 2002 on the provisions for archaeological work within the national roads programme, Dublin, 27 February 2002 and Tullamore, 29 May 2002
Publication Type
Abstract Papers on the relationship between archaeology, heritage conservation and the construction of major road schemes in the Republic of Ireland, with a directory of NRA and project archaeologists, seminar programmes and Internet sources. Including
Editor Jerry O'Sullivan
Issue Editor Jerry O'Sullivan
Publisher National Rivers Authority
Year of Publication 2003
Volume 1
Number of Pages: 120
ISBN 0-9545955-0-5
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Note Is First Occurrence: 1 Is Portmanteau: 1
Source The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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Abstract
Sean Kirwan
1 - 12
Jerry O'Sullivan
13 - 14
Nessa O'Connor
15 - 18
including the monitoring of standards; supervision of the alteration and movement of archaeological objects; underwater archaeology; and the provision of advice
Dáire O'Rourke
19 - 24
including the functions and funding of the NRA; forthcoming projects; archaeological implications; traditional and new strategies for testing and mitigation; and value for money
Ken Hanley
25 - 32
Michael Macdonagh
33 - 36
Gerry Murphy
37 - 42
James Eogan
43 - 48
Rónán Swan
49 - 56
Noel Dunne
57 - 68
Kevin Barton
69 - 80
Sébastien Joubert
81 - 90
discusses the legal framework, financing, the role of the Project Archaeologist, the processes involved, reports and publication plan, and avoiding the pitfalls
Jerry O'Sullivan
91 - 98
Martin Byrne
99 - 103