Skip to Main Content »

£ $
Shopping Cart (0 item)
My Cart

You have no items in your shopping cart.

You're currently on:

Trim Castle, Co. Meath: Excavations 1995–8

Trim Castle, Co. Meath: Excavations 1995–8

Alan Hayden

Availability: In stock

Gift wrap available

Regular Price: $46.73

Special Price $45.55

Monograph 6 in the Archaeological Monograph Series published by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (formerly (Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government)

Trim Castle, Co. Meath is the largest and finest of the Anglo-Norman stone castles built in Ireland. It is sited on a low hill on the southern bank of the River Boyne overlooking the early medieval river ford that gave the town its name.

David Sweetman undertook the first archaeological excavations in the castle in 1971-4. The castle was finally purchased by the State in 1993 and conservation work was begun soon after. More extensive conservation works were planned in 1994 and required advance archaeological excavations. These excavations were undertaken in three seasons between 1995 and 1998 and are the subject of this volume.

After the completion of the recent excavation and conservation works the castle was reopened to the public in 2000 and today is one of the most visited sites in Co. Meath, attracting over 60,000 visitors annually.

Additional Information

Author Alan Hayden
Publisher Wordwell
Publication date 12 Dec 2011
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781406425901

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.

Contact Us


Phone: +353 (45) 880806

Facebook  Twitter  Pintrest  Google +

Also check out our BLOG

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To opt-out of cookie use find out more here.