Photographic record of late medieval habitation sites in County Tyrone and County Armagh

  • Laura Patrick (Creator)



The images within this dataset highlight the potential key habitation sites evident within a late medieval Gaelic landscape. From the castle site of the Ó Neill, the original tower house replaced by a plantation construction, to earthworks and ringforts, to crannogs. Though the latter sites are commonly associated with the Early Christian period, they may be the key to understanding the habitation patterns of late medieval Gaelic society in Ulster.

Dataset embargoed until 31 July 2023.
Date made availableJun 2022
PublisherQueen's University Belfast
Date of data productionJun 2022 -

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