Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Volume 91, Number 7, 1991 (Print Copy)

by Peter Harbison
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22 October 2015

Frequency: 1 Annually

ISSN: 0035-8991

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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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Early Christian Antiquities at Clonmore, Co. Carlow (pp. 177-200)

Peter Harbison

About the author

Peter Harbison

Dr. Peter Harbison is the Honorary Academic Editor in the Academy.  He studied first in Dublin, where he was born, and later in Freiburg, Kiel and Marburg, where he got his Dr. Phil. in 1964. After a year-long tour around the Mediterranean on a German Travelling Scholarship, his  working life was spent with Bord Fáilte, the Irish Tourist Board, as archaeologist and editor of the international journal Ireland of the Welcomes. His publications range widely on Irish art and archaeology from prehistory to the present. His 36 books include Guide to the National Monuments of Ireland, The High Crosses of Ireland, The Golden Age of Irish Art, Ireland'€™s Treasures - 5000 years of artistic expression, William Burton Conyngham and his Irish circle of Antiquarian artists and, most recently, Henry O'Neill of the Celtic cross. Dr. Harbison is Professor of Archaeology and Honorary Member of the Royal Hibernian Academy, Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, Honorary Member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland and Corresponding Member of the German Archaeological Institute.