A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities of Stone, Earthen, and Vegetable Materials: Also of Animal Materials and Bronze and of Gold in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy, Band 2
Royal Irish Academy, 1861
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Seite 606 - In the third variety there is much greater diversity both in shape and ornamentation than in the two former ; but, although there are the remains of as many as fifty-one distinct specimens, in no single instance is this form of...
Seite 230 - Sanctorum," p. 422, n. 14. In AD 848, we read that Cinaedh, son of Conaing, lord of Cianachta-Breagh, in Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners, and plundered the Ui-Neill from the Sionainn (the Shannon) to the sea; " and he plundered the island of Loch Gabhor, and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground.
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