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This essential pocket guide to the principal national and historic monuments in Ireland, North and South, is written by Peter Harbison, a respected authority on the subject.
Peter Harbison (Author). But for those of us looking for the ancient, spiritual and spooky side of Ireland, this book is a godsend. This book includes many more monuments than any other book I have found; all monuments under state (Irish government) care are included plus a selection of other monuments not in state care. My only dissatisfaction with this book is that it is too old to contain GPS/ Sat Nav coordinates.
Peter Harbison and Leslie Conron Carola.
Discover our ancient monuments in this feature by Dr. Peter Harbison. In the many centuries before the building of the houses that we live in today, the Irish countryside was dotted with thousands of structures made of wood, earth and stone
Discover our ancient monuments in this feature by Dr. In the many centuries before the building of the houses that we live in today, the Irish countryside was dotted with thousands of structures made of wood, earth and stone. The wood has largely disappeared when not encased in stone buildings, while earth has left many traces of its use in the rural landscape.
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23 Peter Harbison, Pre-Christian Ireland, London, 1988, p. 158; O'Kelly, Early Ireland, p. 284; Paul Ashbee, The Ancient British, Norwich, 1978, p. 229; John Waddell, 'From Kermaria to Turoe?', in Scott, Studies on Early Ireland, pp. 21 - 8. 24 Isabel Henderson, The Picts, London, 1967, p. 67. 25 J. H. Bettey, 'The Cerne Abbas Giant: The Documentary Evidence', Antiquity, 1 9 8 1, 5 5, p p. 118-21.
Ancient Ireland, by Peter Harbison, photography by Jacqueline O'Brien. Published by Oxford University Press, 1996. Written by Peter Harbison and photographed by Jacqueline O’Brien, this 256-page tome covers the period from earliest prehistory to the end of the medieval era. Featuring more than 300 photographs of everything from Celtic high crosses to Tudor manor houses, Ancient Ireland delves into the Emerald Isle’s intriguing ancient history.
Clean and NOT a library book, just shelf wear Peter Harbison. Published by G & M, Ireland, 1970. Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover.
Clean and NOT a library book, just shelf wear. Excellent practical and sturdy guide to Megalithic and Sacred sites of ancient and medieval Ireland by a passionate scholar. Grid maps to. any B/W illustrations. Very handy for touring Standing Stones. We wrap our Celtic books first in brown paper. From Three Geese in Flight Celtic Books (Los Angeles, CA, . Price: US$ 1. 0 Convert Currency.
Peter Harbison's book discusses the history of the Boyne Valley, the landscape, the peoples who have left . Pre-Christian Ireland: From the First Settlers to the Early Celts (Ancient Peoples and Places) by Harbison, Peter (July 1, 1988) Hardcover.
Peter Harbison's book discusses the history of the Boyne Valley, the landscape, the peoples who have left their imprint on the region since pre-history, the houses and monuments, the battle sites and all the other aspects that make it such a rich source of interest. The highlight of the book is of course the three great Stone Age burial sites at Dowth, Knowth and Newgrange, all at least as old as the Egyptian pyramids, and the latter,one of the wonders of Europe.