2 edition of Local traditions in early eighteenth-century commemoration found in the catalog.
Local traditions in early eighteenth-century commemoration
H. C. Mytum
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-26)
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- 104, No. 1, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
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LOCAL TRADITIONS IN EARLY EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY COMMEMORATION: THE HEADSTONE MEMORIALS FROM BALROTHERY CO. DUBLIN, AND THEIR PLACE IN THE EVOLUTION OF IRISH AND BRITISH COMMEMORATIVE PRACTICE By Harold Mytum Department of Archaeology, University of York [Received 26 April Read 2 October.
Local Traditions in Early Eighteenth-Century Commemoration: The Headstone Memorials from Balrothery, Co. Dublin, and Their Place in the Evolution of Irish and British Commemorative Practice. in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Section C C Author: Harold Mytum. Local traditions in early eighteenth-century commemoration: the headstone memorials from Balrothery, Co.
Dublin, and their place in the evolution of Irish and British commemorative practice By H. MytumAuthor: H. Mytum. Mytum, H. () ‘Local traditions in early eighteenth-century commemoration: the headstone memorials from Balrothery, Co.
Dublin and their place in the evolution of Irish and British commemorative practice’. Local Traditions in Early Eighteenth-Century Commemoration: The Headstone Memorials from Balrothery, Co.
Dublin, and Their Place in the Evolution of Irish and British Commemorative Practice Author: Harold Mytum. Graveyards were the scenes of religious and social tension in 18th-century Ireland, and the memorials with their symbols and texts can be used to investigate the dynamics of identity played out in this by: 6.
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