As we come to the last days of the old year I’ve been having a look at what people enjoyed reading. Here’s my Top 10 most-read posts of 2019:
10: The Petrie Museum | Overview
9: Co Tyrone: Archaeological Objects at The British Museum
8: Co Kildare: Archaeological Objects at The British Museum
6: The Tauntaun of Fermanagh. 17th Century Cryptids in West Ulster
5: Co Louth: Archaeological Objects at The British Museum
4: Co Antrim: Archaeological Objects at The British Museum Part III
3: Don’t steal, don’t lift: Thoughts on the consequences of plagiarism
2: I got a letter on a lonesome day: The anatomy of a dispute with the Keeper of Irish Antiquities
1: Archaeological Archives for Sale! Buy it or bin it!
To this list, I’d add three further posts for your consideration that I think are worth a read but didn’t make the top 10.
John de Courcy & The Infinite Monkey Theorem – a case of plagiarism in popular publishing
An Open Letter to the Students of University College London
Clowning about in Galway | Excavating an archive from Summer 1994
As a final note I just want to say a heartfelt Thanks to everyone who has visited this blog over the last year – I am genuinely grateful that people read my fevered scribblings and even, on occasion, enjoyed them!