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Wordwell Ltd is a well-established publishing house based in Dublin producing high-quality specialist books and a range of culturally significant magazines; Archaeology IrelandBooks Ireland, and History Ireland. Founded in 1986, Wordwell’s management have an impressive wealth of experience in the world of Irish publishing. We care about producing publications of a high standard and are committed to ensuring our readers are always provided with authorative content in an accessible and engaging manner.


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1916: Dream & death: A commemorative annual on the impact of the Dublin Rising

1916: Dream & death: A commemorative annual on the impact of the Dublin Rising

Over the next few years History Ireland intends to produce a series of authoritative annual publicat.. more

€9.50

Who’s Who in the Dublin Rising 1916

Who’s Who in the Dublin Rising 1916

At noon on Easter Monday, 24 April 1916, approximately 1000 men and women stormed buildings in centr.. more

€19.00

Dublin Rising 1916

Dublin Rising 1916

Whenever we walk down O’Connell Street or any of Dublin’s streets it’s tempting to wonder just what .. more

€19.00

The Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle. An Architectural History

The Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle. An Architectural History

The bicentenary of the first service at the Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle on Christmas Day 1814 provid.. more

€20.00

The hooded men: British torture in Ireland, August, October 1971

The hooded men: British torture in Ireland, August, October 1971

The hooded men: British torture in Ireland, August, October 1971 by Fr Denis Faul and Fr Raymond Mur.. more

€10.00

An Introduction to the architectural heritage of Dublin North City

An Introduction to the architectural heritage of Dublin North City

The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage has recently published An Introduction to the Archi.. more

€12.00

The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: the Ballyhanna Research Project

The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: the Ballyhanna Research Project

The Science of Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard tells the story of the discovery in 2003 of a gravey.. more

€25.00

Journal of Irish Archaeology 2014 Vol. XXIII

Journal of Irish Archaeology 2014 Vol. XXIII

Contents Carleton Jones Editorial.Alison Sheridan and Gabriel Cooney The Boyne to Brodgar.. more

€25.00