The Dean of Connor is based at Christ Church Cathedral, Lisburn in the Diocese of Connor (Church of Ireland) within the Church of Ireland. The chapter is however known as the Chapter of St Saviours, Connor after the previous (prior to 1662) cathedral church in Connor. 
The current incumbent is the Very Reverend Sam Wright.
This is a timeline of the history of piracy.
The following entries cover events related to the study of archaeology which occurred in the listed year.
The table of years in poetry is a compact directory of all "years in poetry" pages—decades and centuries prior to 1500.
The Dean of Limerick and Ardfert is based in the Cathedral Church of St Mary's in Limerick in the united diocese of Limerick, Killaloe and Ardfert within the Church of Ireland. St Brendan's Cathedral, Ardfert was destroyed by fire in 1641.
The Dean of Kilkenny or Dean of Ossory is based at The Cathedral Church of St Canice, Kilkenny in the united Diocese of Cashel and Ossory within the Church of Ireland.
The Dean of Ossory or Dean of Kilkenny is based at The Cathedral Church of St Canice, Kilkenny in the united Diocese of Cashel and Ossory within the Church of Ireland.
The Dean of Armagh in the Church of Ireland is the dean of the Anglican St Patrick's Cathedral, the cathedral of the Diocese of Armagh and the metropolitan cathedral of the Province of Armagh, located in the town of Armagh.
The Dean of Achonry used to be based at the Cathedral Church of St Crumnathy, Achonry in the Diocese of Achonry within the united bishopric of Tuam, Killala and Achonry of the Church of Ireland.
The Dean of Emly was based at The Cathedral Church of St Alibeus, Emly in the former Diocese of Emly within the Church of Ireland. St Alibeus' cathedral was demolished in 1877.
The Dean and Chapter of Ripon Cathedral are the ecclesiastical governing body of Ripon Cathedral. They consist of the dean and several canons meeting in chapter and are also known as the Dean and Canons of Ripon.