Aims of the Society
"The object of the Society shall be to locate, preserve, examine, publish and illustrate the antiquities, records and traditions connected with the territory comprised within the ancient Kingdom of Meath, corresponding in the main with the modern Diocese of Meath."
Annual Subscription €25
Your subscription includes a copy of the current edition of Ríocht na Midhe, the annual journal of the society. Packed with interesting articles and book reviews it is a 'must' for anyone with an interest in this area.
€2,000 in Prizes for Postgraduate Research
The Meath Archaeological and Historical Society and Meath County Council Heritage Forum offer four prizes of €500 each for postgraduate research in any discipline, commencing in or after September 2011, devoted wholly or in significant part to any aspect of the heritage (archaeology, history, literature, etc.) of the Meath-Westmeath region.
Entries should be submitted in the form of one or more articles for publication in Ríocht na Midhe. Each entry must be vouched for by the writer's Supervisor of Research. Adjudication will be by a panel appointed by MAHS.
Next Meath Archaeological and Historical Society Programme event.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st, 7:30 pm. Launch of Ríocht na Midhe 2017 – 7.30pm by Thomas Pakenham (Patron)
followed by lecture – “Tullynally: the evolution of house and landscape, 1740–1840” Thomas Pakenham (Tullynally Castle) Venue: Ardboyne Hotel, Navan. Reception and book fair – members and guests: 6.30–7.30pm