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Webinar 4: ‘Lixnaw and the Earls of Kerry’- Dr. John Knightly is now available to view in the members area.

This is the fourth webinar in the series and it focuses on the ancient court of the

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Webinar 4: ‘Lixnaw and the Earls of Kerry’- Dr John Knightly

Lecture 4 of ‘The Webinar Series’ Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society Date: 16th October 2020 at 7:30pm

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Webinar 3-‘Killaclohane & the late Mesolithic/early Neolithic Transition in Kerry’ by Dr Michael Connolly is now available to view in the members area.

The third webinar in the series focuses on the prehistoric era and the studies undertaken by Dr

By |September 26th, 2020|Comments Off on Webinar 3-‘Killaclohane & the late Mesolithic/early Neolithic Transition in Kerry’ by Dr Michael Connolly is now available to view in the members area.

Webinar 2-‘The Cantillons of North Kerry’ by Bryan MacMahon is now available to view in the members area.

The second webinar in the series was presented by Bryan MacMahon, in the webinar Bryan  explores

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Webinar 3: ‘The Portal Tombs at Killaclohane’- Dr Michael Connolly

Lecture 3 of ‘The Webinar Series’ Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society Date: 24th September 2020 at 7:30pm

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Webinar 1-‘Castleisland Castle’ by Robert McGuire is now available to view in the ‘Members Area’

The first Webinar in the KAHS series is entitled 'Castleisland Castle-A Physical Study', this webinar was presented

By |August 9th, 2020|Comments Off on Webinar 1-‘Castleisland Castle’ by Robert McGuire is now available to view in the ‘Members Area’
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