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Centuries of lost Irish records set to be digitally recreated

Dr Peter Crooks (right) with Dr Séamus Lawless, Assistant Professor of the ADAPT Centre, and Zoë Reid, National Archives of Ireland senior conservator, with a 19th century transcript of a medieval manuscript damaged by the shrapnel during the Four Courts attack

Millions of Ireland’s historical and genealogical records lost in Dublin’s Four Courts fire of 1922 will be digitally recreated as part of a ground-breaking new project.

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