Welcome to the blog of the Ulster-Scots Archaeological Project. This project relates to Ulster-Scots history, heritage and culture and understanding the impact that the Plantation had on the landscape, peoples, architecture and the historical legacies for the 21st-century’s communities in Northern Ireland. Follow our blog for updates on our excavation results and visitors to the site from the local community and schools!
Friday, 28 June 2013
Year Two - Derrywoone Open Day
We had our on site open day last Saturday 22 June and it was very successful, despite the poor
Tour of site on Open Day
David and Niamh from Claíomh - Irish Living History & Military Heritage put on an impressive display of weaponry, dress and domestic items of the period. Unfortunately we had to
have this indoors as there were frequent downpours throughout the day. For more information about Claíomh and their work visit their website (www.claiomh.ie)or their facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/ClaiomhLivingHistory).