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ISBN:0952809117
Author: Martin A. Timoney
ISBN13: 978-0952809111
Title: A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club
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Language: English
Category: Archaeology
Publisher: Sligo Field Club (December 31, 2002)
Pages: 336

A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club by Martin A. Timoney



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A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club. Sligo:Sligo Field Club, p127-140. Swift, . 2002), 'Ogam Stones in Sligo and their Context(Book Chapter).

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First examined by Mac Neill in 1909, the stone then marked the Kellagher family burial plot "opposite the middle of the eastern gable of the ruin" of Cloonmorris church The defaced inscription makes accurate reading difficult. The inscription reads ". .Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club. Sligo: Sligo Field Club. MacNeill, John (1909). Ogham Inscription at Cloonmorris, Co. Leitrim" (PDF).

Sligo Field Club Journal Vol 4 Articles Richard B. Warner The Silver Thistle-Brooch from Tiratick Fiona Doherty Monuments in Ballynaglogh Conchubhar Ó Crualaoich Surnames in Sligo Placenames II Jim Higgins A Portrait Head of Pope Eugenius IV Martin A. Timoney The Bastioned Fort on Coney Island Elaine Conroy Rev. Dean Edward Newenham Hoare Leesa Wheatley German-Danish Views of Sligo in the 1830s Don .

The Sligo area was mostly part of the Anglo-Norman lordship of Connacht granted to Richard de Burgh by Henry III in 1227. Four Courts Press, pp. 329-345. Dublin O’Conor, Kieran 2002a: Sligo Castle. In Timoney, Martin (ed) A Celebration of Sligo. Sligo Field Club, pp. 183-192. Sligo O’Conor, Kieran 2002b: Housing in later medieval Gaelic Ireland. Ruralia 4, pp. 197-206 O’Conor, Kieran 2002c: Motte Castles in Ireland: Permanent Fortresses, Residences and manorial Centres.

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My first book, "The archaeology of caves in Ireland" (Oxbow Books, 2015), won the Current Archaeology Book of the Year 2016. It also won the Tratman Award 2015 for the best cave-related publication from Britain or Ireland. More Info: Published in: M. A. Timoney (e. Dedicated to Sligo: 34 essays on Sligo's past, 75-80. Publishing Sligo's Past, Sligo. Publication Date: 2013. Publication Name: Dedicated to Sligo: 34 essays on Sligo's past. Journal Name: Sligo Field Club Journal 1, 90-2. Publication Date: 2015.

Caitriona Yeats, a harpist, was presented with a book of her grandfather’s poems hand-printed by Plunkett, whose work is inspired by the poet’s sisters Susan and Elizabeth Yeats, of Cuala Press fame. Earlier in the day, Ireland’s ambassador to Britain Dan Mulhall had noted that Yeats engaged on a daily basis with the public life of Ireland. As Sligo Drama Circle organised a marathon reading of all 378 Yeats poems, celebrities spent the weekend reciting personal favourites. The apparently age-defying 69-year-old Lumley who urged people to take off your hats and dance in the street recited When You Are Old.

This collection of 34 essays celebrates fifty years of the Sligo Field Club and reflect the interests of its members in the archaeology and environment of County Sligo, Ireland. A wide variety of subjects are included supported by photographs, illustrations and maps. These include: natural history, eel fishing, evidence for the Palaeolithic, hut-sites, the role and symbolism of passage-tombs, pollen analysis, new barrow types identified in Sligo, forts and enclosures, burials, Ogam Stones, a Romanesque sculpture, de Burgo Castle, Edward I silver pennies, antiquarians and scientists, archaeology in Sligo.