Grain was an integral part of the diet of early medieval Dubliners and the work of millwrights was pivotal to the economy of the town. Come and hear about the life of a miller from Chapelizod.
Speaker Claire Walsh
Tuesday, 19th June 2012. A series of monthly lunchtime lectures during 2012 at the Wood Quay Venue by the Friends of Medieval Dublin and Dublin City Council.
Claire Walsh is an archaeologist who works in the private sector, predominantly in Dublin, for Archaeological Projects Ltd. She is also an author and has published books on archaeological excavations in Patrick Street, Nicholas Street and Winetavern Street, Dublin and on archaeological excavations of the Anglo-Norman waterfront at Strand Street Great, Dublin.