Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Volume 114, 2014 (Print Copy)
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30 December 2015
Frequency: 1 Annually
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: ‘Gods make their own importance’ (pp. vii-x)
- New materials, traditional practices: a Mesolithic silicified dolomite toolkit from Lough Allen, Ireland (pp. 1-34)
Killian Driscoll, Julian Menuge and Emmett O'Keeffe
- Clonava Island revisited: a story of cooking, plants and re-occupation during the Irish Late Mesolithic (pp. 35-55)
- A century of archaeology—historical excavation and modern research at the Carrowkeel passage tombs, County Sligo (pp. 57-87)
Robert Hensey, Pádraig Meehan, Marion Dowd and Sam Moore
- The beginnings and evolution of the fulacht fia tradition in early prehistoric Ireland (pp. 89-139)
- Irish sculpture of the early tenth century and the work of the ‘Muiredach Master’: problems of identification and meaning (pp. 141-179)
- The deputy's defence: Sir William Fitzwilliam's Apology on the outbreak of the Nine Years War in Ireland (pp. 181-214)
- Recalling the View: Edmund Spenser and Ireland in the eighteenth century (pp. 215-234)
- Tadhg Gaelach Ó Súilleabháin's Pious Miscellany: editions of the Munster bestseller of the early nineteenth century (pp. 235-293)
- Dindsenchas, Mr Deasy, and the nightmare of partition in Ulysses (pp. 295-325)
Anne Marie D'Arcy
- The historiography of the conflict in Northern Ireland and the reception of Andrew Boyd's Holy war in Belfast (1969) (pp. 327-358)
- The past, present and future of environmental history in Ireland (pp. 359-391)
Juliana Adelman and Francis Ludlow