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National Museums Northern Ireland

153 Bangor Road

Belfast, Belfast BT18 0EU

United Kingdom

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National Museums Northern Ireland would also be involved in the main programme of events in Washington DC staged on the Mall with a number of craft experts from the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum contributing to exhibits. Discussions were ongoing regard ... more

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Armagh Observatory

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Armagh County Museum

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Ancient Roman Treasure Found on Irish Beach

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Dr. Greer Ramsey, who works for the National Museums Northern Ireland, explained why this find was so exceptional.

"Roman material is incredibly rare, so this makes this hoard of special significance," Greer said to the BBC. "Before those rings turned up, there was little of that exceptional quality (found in that part of Ireland) so it is putting the northeast of Ireland on the Roman map," he added.
Greer also theorized that the treasure likely all belonged to one person. Murray claims to have found the items within four square feet of each other, bolstering this theory.
"Most of the other finds of Roman material do occur along the east coast, so you imagine they were trade contacts or perhaps even settlers or people who were shipwrecked and washed ashore," Greer explained.


Northern Ireland Archaeology Forum

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Dr Greer Ramsey, curator at National Museums Northern Ireland, described it as an "unusual" find as there was no settlement of Anglo-Saxons in Ireland.

"We don't know how it got there. One explanation might be that there was an element of trade going back and forth across the Irish sea," he said.


A Talk by Dr Greer Ramsey, ...

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A Talk by Dr Greer Ramsey, Curator of Archaeology, National Museums Northern Ireland.

Discover more about one of the most spectacular middle Bronze Age gold objects in Ireland. The gold torc was found near the shore of Upper Lough Erne at Corrard in County Fermanagh.


Armagh County Museum - National Museums Northern Ireland

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alks on the collections from our resident archaeologist Greer Ramsey were also given and everyone had the opportunity to handle objects that were thousands of years old!


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