Collection: Web archive of the National Library of Ireland >> Royal Irish Academy.
Royal Irish Academy.
|Main Creator:||Royal Irish Academy.|
Website for Royal Irish Academy. "The Royal Irish Academy is the principal learned society in Ireland, founded in 1785 as a society for promoting the "study of science, polite literature and antiquities." Today, the Academy is at the centre of Irish educational life and, particularly through its National Committees, Research Projects, Library and Publications, it helps to coordinate scholarship on a cross-institutional, inter-disciplinary, national and international basis."--Publisher
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Description based on version consulted August 2, 2016; title from home page.
Physical description: 1 online resource.
Publication Frequency: Updated irregularly
|Contained in:||Web archive of the National Library of Ireland|
Archived copy of the website forms part of the National Library of Ireland's Web Archive.