Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Volume 112, 2012 (Print Copy)
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28 December 2015
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Edited by: Elizabeth Fitzpatrick and James Kelly
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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- Editorial: 'The "True", the "Beautiful" and the "Old"' (pp. vii-xi)
- New dates from the north and a proposed chronology for Irish court tombs (pp. 1-60)
Rick J. Schulting, Eileen Murphy, Carleton Jones and Graeme Warren
- A neo-Assyrian relief in the Weingreen Museum of Biblical Antiquities, Trinity College Dublin—a case study in artefact acquisition (pp. 61-93)
- Doonloughan: a seasonal settlement site on the Connemara coast (pp. 95-146)
Emily Murray, Finbar McCormick, Conor Newman, Sheila Hamilton-Dyer and Gill Plunkett
- St Fursa, the genealogy of an Irish saint—the historical person and his cult (pp. 147-187)
- Landscape and lamentation: constructing commemorated space in three Middle Irish texts (pp. 189-217)
Joanna Huckins MacGugan
- An Irish Jerusalem in Franconia: the Abbey of the Holy Cross and Holy Sepulchre at Eichstätt (pp. 219-270)
Diarmuid Ó Riain
- Erenachs, erenachships and church landholding in Gaelic Fermanagh, 1270-1609 (pp. 271-300)
Ciaran Ó Scea
- Improving landlords and planned settlements in eighteenth-century Ireland: William Burton Conyngham and the fishing station on Inis Mhic an Doirn, Co. Donegal (pp. 301-332)
- The parallel lives of Joseph Allen Galbraith (1818—90) and Samuel Haughton (1821-97): religion, friendship, scholarship and politics in Victorian Ireland (pp. 333-359)
- In Retrospect: A centennial look at Thomas J. Westropp's field records of the promontory forts of north County Mayo (pp. 361-372)