Ó Carragáin, Tomás






Bibliography

Ó Carragáin, Tomás, Churches in early medieval Ireland: architecture, ritual and memory, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Series, New Haven, London: Yale University Press, 2010.

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Citation details
Work
Churches in early medieval Ireland: architecture, ritual and memory
Place
New Haven • London
Publisher
Yale University Press
Year
2010
Series
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Series
Number of pages
xvi + 392 + 298 ill.


Subjects and topics
Headings
the church in Ireland
Approaches
archaeology
[1] Opus Scoticum: churches of timber, turf and wattle”
15–47
[2] “Drystone churches and regional identity in Corcu Duibne”
Keywords: Corcu Duibne
48–55
[3] “Relics and romanitas: mortared stone churches to c. 900”
57–85
[4] “Pre-romanesque churches of mortared stone, circa 900‒1130: form, chronology, patronage”
87–142
[5] “Architecture and memory”
143–166
[6] “Architecture and ritual”
167–214
[7] “Sacred cities and pastoral centre after 900”
215–234
[8] “Architecture and politics: Dublin and Glendalough around 1100”
235–253
[9] “Relics and recluses: double-vaulted churches around 1100”
255–291
“Epilogue”
“Appendix”
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen