"Hidden In Plain Sight"- The Survival Of Domestic Architecture In Dublin (1660-1714) - Identification, Characteristics and Repair.
This is an abstract from the session entitled "Historical Archaeology on the Island of Ireland: New Perspectives" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology.
This paper charts the historical background in the period from the Restoration of King Charles II to the death of Queen Anne as a brief context for these houses. We describe the main features of these timber-framed structures and on how their characteristic plan forms and features can be understood. We describe the varying surveys which have sought out these buildings in a sea of georgianised facades. We describe the rigorous research and conservation methodologies used to conserve and maintain the buildings into the future looking at a small number of case studies in Aungier and Thomas Street.
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"Hidden In Plain Sight"- The Survival Of Domestic Architecture In Dublin (1660-1714) - Identification, Characteristics and Repair.. Margaret P Keane, Nicola Matthews, Marc Ritchie. 2020 ( tDAR id: 457040)
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