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Irish antiquities and archaeology.

W. Gamble

Irish antiquities and archaeology.

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Published by The Author in Redhills (Co. Cavan) .
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $Author: Illustrated by b/w Photos. This book is devoted to studies of portable artefacts to reflect Dr Raftery's lifelong commitment to museums' archaeology and the range of his interests. Irish Antiquities and Archaeology. Cavan: Privately Printed for the Author, [].

Pp 71, with 13 plates. Cream paper boards, lightly worn. Occasional neat underlining to text, newspaper clippings pasted to endpapers, otherwise a very good copy.

Archaeologia Hibernica: A Hand-book of Irish Antiquities Pagan and Christian. Especially of such as are easy of Access from the Irish Metropolis.

William F. Wakeman ( Edition) Preface. List of Illustrations. Introduction. PART I. Pagan Antiquities. CHAPTER I. CROMLECHS. His nephew Daniel and Dr. Edward Ledwich, who had already published a book on Irish antiquities, completed the final volume of Grose's Antiquities of Ireland in The book is now a well-known historical resource.

This is a reprint of a popular guide to Irish antiquities first published in Its aim is to clarify the terms used to describe the different antiquities shown on the Discovery Series maps and thereby to increase awareness and understanding of Irish field monuments.

Archaeological Survey of Ireland. xiv+ pp. x cm. Comprising the Baronies of Fermoy, Duhallow, Condons and Clangibbon, Orrery and Kilmore, and Kinnatalloon. Illustrated with figures, and 16 colour plates.

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It compares and contrasts this. This report includes a round-up of finds of medieval date () reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) inand a group of short notes on PAS finds and the use of portable antiquities in archaeological research. This year's. Petrie’s conclusions regarding Irish antiquities, arrived at after a life devoted to the subject, are much as follows: That the great cahirs of the west and south, such as those on Aran, and Staigue Fort, and the tumuli, such as those of New Grange, Dowth, and Knowth, afford ground for the conclusion that they were the work of Greek colonists who settled in Ireland and the southern part of.

The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland is a learned society based in Ireland, whose aims are "to preserve, examine and illustrate all ancient monuments and memorials of the arts, manners and customs of the past, as connected with the antiquities, language, literature and history of Ireland".Founded init has a countrywide membership from all four provinces of Ireland.

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Responsibility by Mabel R. Colhoun. (Ireland) > Antiquities. Bibliographic information. Publication date ISBN   Subsequent analysis of the pendant by Nessa O’Connor, Archaeologist and Assistant Keeper of Irish Antiquities at the National Museum of Ireland, suggests that the object may be a small stone tool made of jasper that would have been worn around the neck and used to polish stone axes, or it could be a Bronze Age archer’s stone wrist-bracer.

The Hunt Museum opened in to display John and Gertrude Hunt’s collections of antiquities, fine and decorative art. The Hunts wished the collection to remain together and be accessible to the people of Ireland, to inspire an interest in cultural heritage. "American Antiquities is an excellent volume that accomplishes a great deal.

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