Trowel I (1988)
O'Rourke, Daire: Notes on an early shoe type, 1-3.
O'Reilly, Barry: Of hags' beds and old moats, 4-6.
Moloney, Aonghus: A review of bog trackways in Ireland, 7-12.
O Ciardhuain, Sean: Medieval churches in South East Wexford, 13-15.
Mount, Charles: A passage tomb at Crockaunadreenagh, Co. Dublin, 16-18.
Kilfeather, Annaba: Y-shaped objects - a case for chariots in Ireland, 19-22.
O'Regan, Donal J.: Identifying new sites on the landscape, 23-24.
Stierle, Karine: A Neolithic javelin-head from Dalkey Island, 25-26.
Daly, Aoife: A towerhouse in North County Dublin, 27-28.
O'Sullivan, Aidan: A note on the Hollywood Stone, Lockstow Upper, Co. Wicklow, 29-30.
Moore, Eoghan: Longford and dúnad in Early Medieval Ireland, 31-32.
Trowel II (1989)
Lynch, Patricia: A discussion on the archaeological evidence of the economic and cultural role of the villa in the countryside of Roman Britain, 6-7.
Donaghy, Caroline: Ye castel at Barrow, 8-9.
Cross, Sarah: "Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland": a case study for the 1920s and 1930s, 11-12.
O'Sullivan, Aidan & McDermott, Conor: A note on experimental hurdle-making, 13-16.
O'Neill, Aine: "St. Anthony and St. Paul in the Desert"; a note on a common motif on the crosses of Muiredach and Moone, 17-19.
Trowel III (1992)
Guinan, Bernard: Fieldwalking in Irish archaeology-a case study from North County Dublin, 4-8.
Neary, Patrick: A saddle quern or grinding stone from Rathdown Lower, Co. Wicklow, 9-11.
Eogan, James: Man cannot live on fish alone-the beginnings of agriculture in Ireland, 12-17.
Murray, Cara: Heads will roll-a diachronic look at cranial deposition, 18-20.
Mount, Charles: Animals and ritual in the Beaker period at Newgrange, 21-26.
Cross, Sarah: From space to place-landscape archaeology in Ireland, 27-34.
Trowel IV (1993)
Sandes, Caroline: The redating of Ham Green ware: some reflections in the Irish evidence, 1-4.
Johnston, Stephen P.: The archaeology of chaos: similar problems in dissimilar disciplines, 5-11.
O'Donovan, Edmond: Full doorstones and portal tombs: precluding successive burial, 12-18.
Moynihan, Roddy: The horse and the North American Plains Indian, 19-21.
Bolger, Teresa: Hagiography: a resource for the archaeologist, 22-25.
Taaffe, Seamus: The evidence for town walling at Athy, Co. Kildare, 26-31.
Swift, Cathy: A Square Earthen Church of Clay in seventh-century Mayo, 32-37.
Eogan, James; Jordan, Colm & McDermott, Conor: List of theses in the Department of Archaeology, U.C.D., 38-47.
Trowel V (1994)
Johnston, Stephen: A sort of consensus-a view of the current state of theory in archaeology, 1-7.
Beutmann, Jens: An imported revolution? Urbanisation in Ireland before AD 1100, 8-14.
Kennedy, Bláthín: Iron Age pottery found in the bogs of North Germany and Denmark, 15-20.
Swift, C.J.: Celtic monasticism-a discipline's search for romance? 21-25.
Sullivan, E. Eoin: Urban excavations-on the crest of a wave? 26-29.
Wood, Lucy: Space, power and insecurity, 30-35.
Redmond, Marcus & Mac Aonghusa, Daithi: A passage-tomb cemetery on Seahan Mountain, Ballinascorney Upper, Co. Dublin, 36-40.
Merry, Alan: Irish coinage: 1302-1461, 41-42.
McQuade, Melanie: Pictish ogham-conflicting theories, 43-44.
O'Donovan, Edmond: A previously unrecorded beehive quernstone from Terenure, Co. Dublin, 45.
Guinan, Bernard; McDermott, Conor & Wood, Lucy: A collection of lithic material from Dalkey Island, 46-49.
Simpson, D.D.A.: Archaeology higher degree theses, held in the Science Library, the Queen's University of Belfast, 50-51.
Weadick, Sharon: Theses of archaeological interest held in the Berkley [sic] Library, Dublin University, Trinity College, 52-53.
Archaeological Society, UCC: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Cork, 54-56.
Archaeological Society, UCG: Archaeological theses held in the James Hardiman Library, University College Galway, 57-58.
Jenkins, William: Theses of archaeological interest held in the Department of Geography, University College Dublin, 59.
Corlett, Chris; Guinan, Bernard; McDermott, Conor & Taaffe, Seamus: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Dublin, 60-67.
Trowel VI (1995)
Byrnes, Emmet: Dunboyne Corn Mill: a little local industrial archaeology, 1-4.
McGuinness, David: The passage tombs of County Dublin: a note on previous accounts, 5-11.
Corlett, Chris: The origins of megalithic tombs in Atlantic Europe, 12-17.
Eogan, James: Knockea, Co. Limerick, A unique Early Christian monument, 18-22.
O'Donovan, Edmond and Taaffe, Seamus: Death Be Not Proud? two grave slabs from Athy, Co. Kildare, 23-25.
O'Connor, Mary B.: Environmental change and river behaviour: implications for archaeologists, 26-28.
Costume and its ritual significance: a cross-cultural comparison of the Paracas and Pueblo Indians, 29-33.
Monk, M.A.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Cork, 34.
Bolger, Teresa; Brady, Conor; Corlett, Chris; Eogan, James; Keating, Doreen; Stanley, Michael and Taaffe, Seamus: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Dublin, 35.
O'Brien, W.F.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Galway (supersedes list in Trowel V, 1994). 36-37.
Simpson, D.D.A.: [note]: Archaeological higher degree theses held in the Science Library, the Queen's University of Belfast, 37.
Trowel VII (1996)
Wells, Sharon: Three periods of antiquarian art in Ireland, 1700-1900, 1-7.
O'Connor, David J.: Archaeology from Georgian Dublin, an original drainage system of an 18th century town house, 8-10.
Swift, Cathy: Christian communities in fifth and sixth century Ireland, 11-19.
Leal y Soria, Carmen: The Black Markings: researching the prehistory of Cantabria, 20-22.
Stanley, Michael: Politics and the past, 23-30.
Corlett, Chris: The pagan/Christian transition in Ireland reflected in the burial record, 31-37.
Lyttleton, James: A rune inscribed cross fragment from Killaloe, 38-40.
Brady, Conor: Surface-collected flint from Site A, Newgrange, Co. Meath, 41-45.
Clutterbuck, Richard: Industrial archaeology of an engine house in Slieveardagh, Co Tipperary, 46-49.
Shanahan, Brian: Ireland on the eve of the Norman invasion: an historical perspective, 50-54.
Bolger, Teresa; Brady, Conor; Eogan, James & Stanley, Michael: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College, Dublin, 56.
Simpson, D.D.A.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, The Queens University of Belfast, 56.
O'Brien, W.F.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College, Galway, 57.
Anon.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College, Cork, 57.
McCarthy, Mark: Historical and physical geography theses of archaeological interest held in the Geography Department, University College, Cork, 58-59.
Trowel VIII (1997)
Gearty, Sarah: Irish historical maps as a source for the archaeologist, 1-6.
Koeberl, Nina: Quartz: some of its uses in Irish prehistory, 7-11.
Matthews, Paddy: Local authority protection of the archaeological and architectural heritage in Drogheda and Kilkenny, 12-17.
Vantroyen, Christophe: Neolithic flint mining at Spiennes, Belgium, 18-21.
Brady, Conor: A previously unrecorded megalithic structure at Fennor, Co. Meath, 22-23.
Lohan, Kevin: The archaeological model of the royal sites: some historical implications, 24-28.
Bolger, Teresa; Brady, Conor & Clutterbuck, Richard: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Dublin, 29.
Simpson, D.D.A.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, The Queens University of Belfast, 29-##
O'Brien, W.F.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Galway, 30.
Monk, M.A.: Theses held in the Department of Archaeology, University College Cork, 30-##
Trowel IX (1998–9)
Kurzmann, Renate: The role of women in Roman Britain: the evidence of tombstones, 1-3.
Murray, Madeleine: The conical-headed pin in Irish Neolithic burial context, 4-6. [singular or plural?]
Clutterbuck, Richard: Farrenrory tower-house, County Tipperary: a gentleman’s home, 7-9.
Leahy, Daire: A recent find of possible rock-art on Bray Head, Co. Wicklow, 10-11.
Crimmins, Julia & Kealy, Claire: Bronze fibula in Department of Classics, U.C.D., 12-13.
Raftery, Barry: Theses held in the department of Archaeology, University College, Dublin, 15.
Smith, A.: Theses held in the department of Classics, University College (relevant to archaeology), 16.
Barry, T.: Theses held in the department of Mediaeval History, Dublin University (relevant to archaeology), 16.
Simpson, D.D.A.: Theses held in the department of Archaeology & Palaeoecology, the Queens University of Belfast, 16-17.
O'Brien, W.F.: Theses held in the department of Archaeology, University College, Galway, 17.
Guinane, Noelle: Theses held in the department of Archaeology, University College, Cork, 18.
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Trowel XI (2007)
McGarry, Tiernan: Irish late prehistoric burial practices: continuity, developments & influences, 7-25.
Doyle, Maureen: Dress, ornament and bodily identities in early Ireland: an archaeology of personhood, 26-40.
Gorman, Connie & Gilligan, Donna: Ireland’s largest cluster of wedge tombs: a matter of opinion or fact? 41-50.
Magee Ian: Techniques for estimating age-at-death in human skeletal remains: is the ilio-sacral joint a real contender? 51-70.
Kearney, Brian: Feasting at Lughnasadh: a reconstruction of domestic space in early medieval Ireland, 71-79.
McMahon, Nicole: Clondalkin round tower: the problems of suburban archaeology, 80-86.
Richko, Julie: Home, homelands and identities: an introduction to the archaeologies of nineteenth-century Irish peasantry and its diaspora, 87-91.
Cleary, Kerri: Association of Yound [recte Young] Irish Archaeologists—what’s it all about? 92-94.
McQuillan, Amy; O’Keefe, Emmett & Harney, Lorcan: Ground-breaking archaeology? A discussion with Professor Mick Aston, 95-102.
Ryan, Michael: Archaeology today, 103-106.
Doherty, Charles: Landscapes: archaeology and history, 107-108
From post-office to post-ex, 109-111.