Emania Vol. 13, Bulletin of the Navan Research Group, 1995 – Focus on the Origins of Early Christian Ireland.
Raftery, Barry: Pre- and Protohistoric Ireland: problems of continuity and change, 5-9.
Freeman, Philip M.: Greek and Roman views of Ireland: a checklist, 11-13.
Mytum, Harold: Across the Irish Sea: Romano-British and Irish settlements in Wales, 15-22.
Warner, R.B.: Tuathal Techtmar: a myth or ancient literary evidence for a Roman invasion?, 23-32.
McCormack, Finbar: Cows, ringforts and the origins of Early Christian Ireland, 33-37.
Koch, John T.: The conversion and the transition from Primitive to Old Irish, c. 367 – c. 637, 39-50.
Thomas, Charles: Cellular meanings, monastic beginnings, 51-67.
Baillie, M.G.L.: Patrick, comets and Christianity, 69-78.
Mount, Charles: Excavations at Rathdooney Beg, Co. Sligo, 1994, 79-87.
McCormick, F.; Cribbin, G.; Robinson, M.E.; Shimwell, D.W. & Murphy, E.: A Pagan-Christian transitional burial at Kiltullagh, 89-98.