Archaeological Heritage: Guides and Resources
This document contains information for archaeologists who work in Dublin city.
Sources for archaeologists in Dublin city
- Read the Sources for Archaeologists in Dublin City (PDF 2.5Mb)
- Or contact us at the address below to request a copy.
Dublin City Walls Conservation Plan
Dublin city walls are one of the most important, but poorly preserved and presented monuments in the city. This plan addresses concerns about the walls - both above and below ground.
- Dublin City Walls Conservation Plan (PDF 12.3 Mb)
Walks through medieval Dublin
Use these maps to explore medieval Dublin.
Viking Age Dublin
A popular book on the archaeology of Ireland’s first town by Ruth Johnson.
Dublinia: The Story of Medieval Dublin
A popular book on the history of Dublin in the Middle Ages.
Newmarket & Weavers Square Booklet
The Archaeology Office maintains an archive of secondary historical material in the Dublin City Archaeological Archive (DCAA). The DCAA includes modern and historic maps, photographs, books, digital files and written records. These can be consulted by researchers upon appointment.
To arrange an appointment, contact the Archaeology Office at the following address:
Dublin City Council
Block 3, Floor 3