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Rathfarnham  Castle Conference 10/12/2016Session 1: Digging a Late Medieval Castle         9:00 – 10:30amFranc Myles                                          Keynote addressAntoine Giacometti                               Excavating at Rathfarnham CastleRuth Carden                                         Animal, fish and bird remainsPenny Johnston & Stephen Davis         Plant remains, insect remains, and dietJoanna Wren                                        Bricks and tilesMichael Kenny                                      Coins and tokens[during break, Guild of Irish Lacemakers demonstration of Rathfarnham Castle artefacts]Session 2: A Wealth of Artefacts             11:15 – 12:45pmAlva Mac Gowan                                  The little thingsAlan Hayden                                        Clay pipesRosanne Meenan                                 European ceramicsJohn Nicholl                                        Well-heeled in 17th century RathfarnhamSteven McGlade & Nessa Roche         Mirrors and windowsSession 3: Disruption and Revolution         2:15 – 3:45pmGeorge Haggarty       Chinese porcelainDamian Shiels            The Loftus armoury and military objectsPeter Francis             Lead glass: the Irish connectionJames Lyttleton         Fortified houses - change and continuity[during break, RLab presents holographic pyramid and 3D printing of artefacts]Session 4: Consuming Objects            4:30 – 6:00pmAntoine Giacometti & Emmanuel Reynaud            Objects in the past; Objects in the futureJudith Carroll                                                        Adam's glass theatreSusannah Kelly                                                     Conserving  the  artefactsJohn Fitzgerald                                                     OPW refelctions on the discoveriesSimon Loftus & Fiona Dunne                               Adam Loftus - the  scandalous  life  and  sudden death of a Restoration courtierFollowed by questions & reception

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Rathfarnham  Castle Conference 10/12/2016Session 1: Digging a Late Medieval Castle         9:00 – 10:30amFranc Myles                                          Keynote addressAntoine Giacometti                               Excavating at Rathfarnham CastleRuth Carden                                         Animal, fish and bird remainsPenny Johnston & Stephen Davis         Plant remains, insect remains, and dietJoanna Wren                                        Bricks and tilesMichael Kenny                                      Coins and tokens[during break, Guild of Irish Lacemakers demonstration of Rathfarnham Castle artefacts]Session 2: A Wealth of Artefacts             11:15 – 12:45pmAlva Mac Gowan                                  The little thingsAlan Hayden                                        Clay pipesRosanne Meenan                                 European ceramicsJohn Nicholl                                        Well-heeled in 17th century RathfarnhamSteven McGlade & Nessa Roche         Mirrors and windowsSession 3: Disruption and Revolution         2:15 – 3:45pmGeorge Haggarty       Chinese porcelainDamian Shiels            The Loftus armoury and military objectsPeter Francis             Lead glass: the Irish connectionJames Lyttleton         Fortified houses - change and continuity[during break, RLab presents holographic pyramid and 3D printing of artefacts]Session 4: Consuming Objects            4:30 – 6:00pmAntoine Giacometti & Emmanuel Reynaud            Objects in the past; Objects in the futureJudith Carroll                                                        Adam's glass theatreSusannah Kelly                                                     Conserving  the  artefactsJohn Fitzgerald                                                     OPW refelctions on the discoveriesSimon Loftus & Fiona Dunne                               Adam Loftus - the  scandalous  life  and  sudden death of a Restoration courtierFollowed by questions & reception

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