Ulster Journal of Archaeology Volume I, 1894

by Various contirbutors

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ISBN: 978-1-84630-727-9
Pages: 319
Size: 100.79 MB

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This publication was a revival of the Ulster Journal of Archaeology after an absence of thirty-two years. The publication features contributions on various topics from scholars such as John O’Donovan, John Grattan and Rev. James O’Laverty. The journal is divided into four parts and each part contains miscellanea, notes and queries and reviews of books. The subject matter of articles written by various contributors include the parish of Shankill, ulster poets and poetry, seals and armorial insignia, corporate and other towns in Ulster, Ulster Plantation, Belfast maps, O’Neale’s escape out of the Tower of London, and sepulchral pottery. The publication also features a list of future contributors to the journal. This publication is a very good source of information on a wide range of topics that would help provide a contextual basis for family history research.


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