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Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Volume 107, 2007 (Print Copy)

by Mary O'Dowd
€ 35.00

Journal Details

Published date

23 December 2015

Frequency: 1 Annually

ISSN: 0035-8991

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Edited by: Mary O'Dowd and Elizabeth Fitzpatrick

Advisory Editor: Howard Clarke

Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research papers primarily in the fields of archaeology and history, but also welcomes submissions on aspects of culture, including material culture, from the perspectives of other disciplines, as well as submissions in Celtic Studies and literature.

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CONTENTS

  1. Editorial (pp. vii-ix)

    Elizabeth FitzPatrick

  2. The hill-slope enclosures of the Burren, Co. Clare (pp. 1-29)

    D. Blair Gibson

  3. The Munich Computus and the 84 (14)-year Easter reckoning (pp. 31-85)

    Immo Warntjes

  4. Conflicting loyalties: the Irish Franciscans and the English Crown in the High Middle Ages (pp. 87-106)

    Anne Müller

  5. The survival of popular blood sports in Victorian Ulster (pp. 107-126)

    Neal Garnham

  6. Mechanisms of monument-destruction in nineteenth-century Ireland: antiquarian horror, Cromwell and gold-dreaming (pp. 127-145)

    Máirín Ní Cheallaigh

  7. Exploring past people's interactions with wetland environments in Ireland (pp. 147-203)

    Aidan O'Sullivan

  8. In Retrospect: The Royal Irish Academy's only archaeological excavation: Dowth in the Boyne Valley (pp. 205-213)

    Peter Harbison

  9. In Retrospect: Neolithic activity at Knockadoon, Lough Gur, Co. Limerick, 50 years on(pp. 215-225)

    Gabriel Cooney

About the author

Mary O'Dowd