Emania Vol. 13, 1995 – Focus on the Origins of Early Christian Ireland.

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Emania Vol. 13

Bulletin of the Navan Research Group, 1995 –

Focus on the Origins of Early Christian Ireland.

Emania is the premier interdisciplinary journal publishing original research on Ireland’s Celtic past. The main focus of the journal is on the Ulster Cycle of tales, the ancient ‘Royal Sites’ of Ireland and the archaeology and environment of Ireland in the period from the Late Bronze Age until the Early Medieval period.

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Emania Vol. 13, Bulletin of the Navan Research Group, 1995 – Focus on the Origins of Early Christian Ireland.

Contents;

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.

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