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The Irish Heritage Council

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Charles Mount
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The Heritage Council, Rothe House, Kilkenny, Ireland. Cmount@heritagecouncil.com
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Introduction

The Heritage Act 1995 established An Chomhairle Oidhreachta, the Irish Heritage Council, as a statutory body with responsibility to propose policies and priorities for the identification, protection, preservation and enhancement of the Irish national heritage. The Heritage Act defines heritage as including both cultural and natural heritage and specifically refers to: monuments, archaeological objects, heritage objects, architectural heritage, flora, fauna, wildlife habitats, landscapes, seascapes, wrecks, geology, heritage gardens and parks and inland waterways.

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Special section: Archaeology in Ireland
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Copyright © Antiquity Publications Ltd. 2002

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