The Dingle /Corca Dhuibhne History Timeline is a community driven project that sets out to put in place, for the first time online, access to the history of Corca Dhuibhne from the Mesolithic period to modern times. And is intended for a wide range of readership, including students, tourists, local people and all interested in our local and national heritage. Also, each historical event has been referenced to provide routes to further study. The first phase of this project from the first man to 1600AD is available now, on this website and the other sections will be released when they are complete.
The Dingle Peninsula also known as Corca Dhuibhne has a rich and fascinating cultural social and political history which is connected to the wider history of Ireland and Europe. The Dingle /Corca Dhuibhne History Interactive Timeline in collaboration with, historian, Dr. Paul Mac Cotter and photographer Valerie O Sullivan and local volunteers, have gathered together data and organized it in summary form allowing for ease of access and routes to further study. The timeline layout has been amended by Cathal Cudden from the original by Conor Hurley.
The Timeline is extensible. It can be added to, as data becomes available or as more historians wish to contribute to it. The information on each event is presented in short summaries , most of which will be linked to a geographic location. This will make for a fully immersive experience for the user of the Timeline and exciting development for anyone interested in heritage history archaeology folklore and culture.
The Timeline is available in English and Irish
The committee involved in the development of the timeline comprises Joan Maguire, Nuala O Connor, Fr. Jim Sheehy, Dr. Conor Brosnan and Micheál Ó Coileáin.
The committee would like to thank the following people for their input:
Editing: Peter Malone
Aistriúcháin: Breándán Mac Gearailt
Eagarthóireacht: Brenda Ní Shuilleabháin
Audio/Fuaim: Ted Creedon, Dairena Ní Chinneide, Áine Ní Bhric, Brenda Ní Shuilleabháin
Photography/Ghrianghrafadóireacht: Valerie O Sullivan >apart from Bernd Thee for aerial shot of Cill Mhic ‘a Domhnaigh, Cyril Harrington for Ballinrannig Ogham Stone, Ogham Stone at Trá Beg, Milltown Rock Art, Cathair Ard (Ventry), Ruins at Leath Taoibh Mór, Ogham Stone at Kilfountain, Ferriter’s Castle also thanks to Declan Malone for Arda Mor Stone Alignment, Dingle Town, Cathair Deargáin, Rahinnane Castle
Parts of Video for FunDit campaigh: Áine Ní Dhúshláine
Readers/Leitheoirí: Tom Fox, Laura Murtagh, Fergal Ó Dálaigh, Orna Dunleavy, Kevin O Shea, Des Mc Quaid
Advice and support/Comhairle agus tacaíócht: Dr. Breándán Ó Ciobháin, Dr. Pádraig Ó Macháin UCC, Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Dr. John O’ Mullane UCC
Assistance/Cabhair: Chris Norveil, Mattie Connolly Barker, Aoife Maguire, Kathleen Reen
Timeline layout : Conor Hurley Website design/Dearadh an suíomh: Lorraine Doyle Keith Buchanan
Msgr. Pádraig Ó Fiannachta Beannacht Dé ar a h-anam dílis for his work in An Díseart, which created fertile ground for this to develop.
All the people who contributed to the FundIT campaign.