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.|
Irish antiquities: Essays in memory of Joseph Raftery
- ISBN: 1-869857-25-9
- Author(s): Edited by Michael Ryan
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