Irish History: Unearthed

Three years of extensive archeological fieldwork reveals evidence of a village settlement landward of the picturesque Rock of Lough Key. The excavation has the potential to rewrite the historical narrative of medieval Ireland. In July 2016, for the first time ever, this moated site will be unearthed by a team of student archeologists led by Professor Thomas J. Finan, Ph.D., Department of History, Saint Louis University. An award-winning film production crew from HEC-TV will document every step of this significant research into Gaelic medieval life.

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