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Warner (Richard B.)

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Warner, Richard, “The Irish early medieval feasting house and its Iron Age origin”, Ulster Journal of Archaeology 74 (2017–2018): 33–47.
Warner, Richard B., “Láeg's line: a route for the gods?”, in: Huld, Martin E., Karlene Jones-Bley, and Dean Miller (eds.), Archaeology and language: Indo-European studies presented to James P. Mallory, Journal of Indo-European Studies, Monograph Series 60, Washington, D.C.: Institute for the Study of Man, 2012. 55–72.
Warner, Richard, “St. Patrick, the kings of Clogher and the standing stones of Findermore”, in: Meek, Marion (ed.), The modern traveller to our past: Festschrift in honour of Ann Hamlin, DPK, 2006. 169–176.
Warner, Richard, “Notes on the inception and early development of the royal mound in Ireland”, in: Pantos, Aliki, and Sarah Semple (eds), Assembly places and practices in medieval Europe, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004. 27–43.
Warner, Richard B., “Clogher: an archaeological window in early medieval Tyrone and mid-Ulster”, in: Jefferies, Henry A., Charles Dillon, and William Nolan [gen. ed.] (eds), Tyrone: history & society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county, The Irish County History & Society Series 14, Dublin: Geography Publications, 2000. 39–54.
Warner, Richard B., “Is there an Iron Age in Munster?”, Emania: Bulletin of the Navan Research Group 17 (1998): 25–29.
Warner, Richard, “Navan and Apollo”, Emania: Bulletin of the Navan Research Group 14 (1996): 77–81.
Warner, Richard B., “Notes and queries: decorated stone found and destroyed at The King’s Stables some time before 1910”, Emania: Bulletin of the Navan Research Group 4 (Spring, 1988): 31.
Warner, Richard B., “The archaeology of Early Historic Irish kingship”, in: Driscoll, Stephen T., and Margaret R. Nieke (eds), Power and politics in early medieval Britain and Ireland, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1988. 47–68.


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