Old Kilkenny Review Digitization Project

Digitized versions of the OKRs from 1946 to 1979 are now available here.

Here’s a teaser of one of the very first articles in an Old Kilkenny Review:

Letters to the American Committee for Relief in Ireland relating to the Irish War of Independence are now available to read online or download. (Click image!)

About us

The Kilkenny Archaeological Society (KAS) was re-established as a Kilkenny Society in 1945 having originally formed in 1849. Its aim is to promote and renew interest in the antiquities and history of Kilkenny county and city. All who share these interests are invited to join.

KAS is headquartered in Rothe House and Garden, Parliament Street. This 16th century townhouse contains the society’s archive library, significant museum items, a number of exhibitions both permanent and temporary and also a thriving genealogical service. The house is managed on behalf of the Society by Rothe House Trust Ltd.

Museum

Art

Tools

Furniture

and much more…

Costumes

Old Kilkenny Review

Old Kilkenny Review

KAS publish  an annual journal, the Old Kilkenny Review, provided free to all our members, and the latest issues are available in the book shop at Rothe House.

Benefits of Membership

Benefits of Membership

Among other benefits, members of the Society enjoy free access to the KAS library and to Rothe House & Garden.

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Events


KAS holds events throughout the year covering a wide range of topics.

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    Jun, 22

  • Member’s Annual Garden Party

    16 Parliament Street
    Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny Ireland

    June 18 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm IST

    In the splendidly restored, Mediaeval Garden of Rothe House. Music, re-enactment, convivial conversation and strawberries and cream. Theme: John Rothe family

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  • Leighlin Cathedral
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    Jul, 22

  • Coach outing to Carlow

    July 23 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm IST

    Prebooking required. Depart from Dean Street at 10.00am. Visiting Lasaerian’s Cathedral and Adelaide Church, Lunch Lord Bagenal Restaurant. View Larger Map

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