The symposium, which was held in Dublin on 29 May 2004, was the sixth annual symposium held under the auspices of the ‘Friends of medieval Dublin’.
Patrick Wallace (Director, National Museum of Ireland) – Appreciation of John de Courcy
Linzi Simpson (Archaeologist, Margaret Gowen & Co. Ltd) – Viking warrior burials in Dublin: is this the longphort?
Cathal Daly (Freelance archaeologist)– Beyond Valhalla: the conservation of a group of Viking grave-goods from Dublin
David Dunville (Professor, University of Aberdeen) – Old Dubliners and new Dubliners in Ireland and Britain: a Viking-age story
Andrew Halpin (Assistant Keeper, National Museum of Ireland) – Development phases in Hiberno-Norse Dublin: a tale of two cities
Ailbhe MacShamhráin (IRCHSS Research Fellow, NUI Maynooth) – The Monasticon Hibernicum project: the diocese of Dublin
Elmar Eggerer (Munich University) –The guild merchant of Dublin
Claire Walsh (Archaeological Projects Ltd) – Archaeological excavation of the Anglo-Norman waterfront at Strand Street Great, Dublin
Emer Purcell (University College Cork) – The city and the suburb: medieval Dublin and Oxmantown
Margaret Murphy (Discovery Programme) & Michael Potterton(Discovery Programme) –Investigating living standards in medieval Dublin and its regions.