MilitaryArchitecture.com seeks, primarily, to focus the attention of scholars, researchers,
and the public alike on the fortress as a structure, and on fortifications as a works of architecture and engineering, emphasizing
the art and science, and history, of fortress design, fortress construction and building techniques, and materials, as wells
provide information on modern efforts at conservation and restoration of historic fortified buildings and sites around the
National Library of Ireland: The mission of the Library is to collect, preserve, promote
and make accessible the documentary and intellectual record of the life of Ireland and to contribute to the provision
of access to the larger universe of recorded knowledge.
National Museum of Ireland: Home to the greatest collections of Irish material heritage,
culture and natural history in the world. Whether online or in person, we hope your experience is engaging and inspiring.
Ordnance Survey of Ireland: Historic maps, originally surveyed on a county basis, now
make up Ordnance Survey Ireland's digital image archive. Every image in the archive has been captured from an original print
and each digital map image is now a seamless map title within the archive.
The Fortress Study Group is an international society concerned with the study of all aspects
of military architecture and fortifications and their armaments, especially works constructed to mount and resist artillery.
Camden Fort Meagher is internationally recognised as being "One of the finest remaining
examples of a classical Coastal Artillery Fort in the world".
National Archives UK: The National Archives (TNA) is the UK government's official archive, containing
1,000 years of history.
JP Nunan Archaeology is an experienced archaeology and built heritage contract practice.