2 edition of Journal of the Waterford & South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society. found in the catalog.
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A Vice-Regal Progress through the South and West of Ireland in Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society 12 61 Calendar of Archbishop Alen’s Register, c– McNeill, Charles Dublin J. Falconer THE JOURNAL OF THE KILKENNY AND SOUTH-EAST OF IRELAND ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Vol. V NEW SERIES Part I Proceedings: Donation of lithograph of a figure which had probably been attached to an ancient Irish shrine, said to have been found at Clonmacnoise in January , and a Masonic emblem found in Tyrone, , 6.
 W.H. Grattan Flood, ‘Lismore During Reign of Elizabeth’, in Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, vol. 10 (), p.  Rev. Samuel Hayman, The hand book of Youghal, p. I.-That the Society be called “ THE WATERFORD IRELAND ARCHBOLOGICAI, SOCIPTY J. " AND SOUTH EAST OF a--That the purpose of the Society be the promotion of the study of matters having an antiquarian interest relating to Waterford and the South Eastern Counties. S.-That Ladies shall be File Size: 8MB.
Waterford and South East of Ireland Archaeological Society. and the. Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. in thes. 5. While most of these works focussed on the county or a wider region, other contemporary studies like Lenihan’s. Limerick: its history and antiquities. About this Item: Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, Dublin, Disbound. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 3 pages, 1 plate. Some foxing. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy.
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Members in arrear will not contiuue to receive the Journal. Members whose subscriptions are paid are entitled to the JOURNAL quarterly, as well as to tickets for Lectures, etc., as above. WATERFORD 6- SOUTH-EAST OF IRELAND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
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Download Here; Volume XII - (Waterford Archaeological Society, ) Contents: Early printing in S.E. of Ireland - E.R. McC. Dix. This Journal changed name between and and became, ‘THE JOURNAL OF THE KILKENNY AND SOUTH-EAST OF IRELAND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY’.
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Mothel was an early monastic site, founded in the 6th century either by Broccán Clóen (Brogan, feast day 8 July) or, according to the Martyrology of Donegal, St. Brogan Scribe. Cúan succeeded Brogan. It was refounded by the Augustinian Canons Regular afterand they controlled a large region of central County Waterford.
The remaining buildings date to the 13th century, and a tomb from Coordinates: 52°17′54″N 7°25′07″W / °N. Reference # REDMOND, Gabriel O'C. Notes on the history, antiquities, archaeological remains and legends of the western end of the County Waterford. With pedigrees of the Families of Fitzgerald of Knockmoane and Quarry of Johnstown.
The Journal of the Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, Vol. 2, No. 2, Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society Volume I of this journal was published inand it continued more or less annually untilwhen Volume XVIII was published.
It was suspended then because of wartime conditions. The Waterford Archaeological and Historical Society – lecture season continues on Friday January 31st January with a lecture at 8 pm in St Patrick’s Gateway Centre, Waterford when Dr Ida Milne will deliver a talk titled “Crisis and long term effects – the – influenza pandemic in Waterford and Ireland”.
For parts of Co. Waterford only: Journal of the Waterford & South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society Vol XV, Waterford The Society: National Library of Ireland Ir w 1: Gentry: Gentry of Co. Waterford: Journal of the Waterford & South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society Vol XVl, no.
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A rare original article from The Journal of the Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, Graves, James. * The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - INDEX - * Journal of the Waterford and South East of Ireland Archaelogical Society Jan - Mar By Various authors (Waterford, ) - OL * Journal of the Association for the Preservation of .Hearth Money Rolls for parts of Co.
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(All Ireland Heritage) Census Census. Directories.This paper presents the first systematic archaeological evidence from the early prehistory of south-east Ireland. The research is designed to investigate the colonization of the area during the Mesolithic period and the subsequent transition to agriculture.
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