• Irish antiquities: Essays in memory of Joseph Raftery

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. Contents include: Sheela-na-gigs in the National Museum of Ireland, together with a brief description of their origin and function, Eamon P. Kelly; A gold dress fastener from Clohernagh, Co. Tipperary, and a catalogue of related material, Mary Cahill; Early Celtic art on the Continent, O. H. Frey; Heart-shaped bullae of the Irish Late Bronze Age, George Eoghan; and The use of iron in Viking Dublin, Patrick F. Wallace.

Author Edited by Michael Ryan
Publication Data Published 1998, hardback, xii + 222pp, illustrated.
Subjects Multi-period

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Irish antiquities: Essays in memory of Joseph Raftery

  • ISBN: 1-869857-25-9
  • Author(s): Edited by Michael Ryan
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