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eBook Irish Medieval Figure Sculpture 1200-1600: A Study of Irish Tombs With Notes on Costume and Armor (2 Volumes) ePub

by David H. Davison,Peter Harbison,John Hunt

  • ISBN: 085667012X
  • Category: Sculpture
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: David H. Davison,Peter Harbison,John Hunt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sotheby Parke Bernet Pubns; New edition edition (May 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 585
  • ePub book: 1800 kb
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2 volumes : 31 cm. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. V. 1. Text and catalogue.

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Book's title: Irish medieval figure sculpture, 1200-1600 : a study of Irish tombs with notes on costume and armour John Hunt, with assistance and contributions from Peter Harbison ; with photos. Library of Congress Control Number: 74195906. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 085667012X. Download book Irish medieval figure sculpture, 1200-1600 : a study of Irish tombs with notes on costume and armour, John Hunt, with assistance and contributions from Peter Harbison ; with photos.

Irish medieval figure sculpture, 1200-1600: a study of Irish tombs with notes on costume and armour. 1974, Irish University Press.

Other Irish churches in the Medieval Pale included Skryne, Dunsany and the Church of St. Nicholas Within, Dublin (. Irish medieval figure sculpture, 1200-1600 : a study of Irish tombs with notes on costume and armour. Dublin: Irish University Press. within the city walls). After the Reformation, the latter church was rivalled by Church of St Nicholas Without, less than a kilometre away, and by the Roman Catholic Church of St Nicholas of Myra Without in nearby Francis Street.

The Discovery Programme/Heritage Council. The Medieval Parish Church and Graveyard of St Nicholas, Newtown Jerpoint". Kilkenny Archaeological Society (49): 118–129.

John Hunt, Irish Medieval Figure Sculpture 1200–1600, vols. Stella Mary Newton, Fashion in the Age of the Black Prince: a study of the years 1340–1365 (London: Boydell Press and Rowman & Littlefield, 1980), 7. oogle Scholar. 1 and 2 (Dublin and London: Irish University Press/Sotheby Parke Bernet 1974), Volume 1 (text) Period II 1450–1570, 61–5, 186 and Period II Civilian Ladies, 88–91, 18. olume II (photographs) Period II: Knights including Double Effigies and Period II: Civilian Ladies. 4. Naomi Tarrant, The Development of Costume (London: National Museums of Scotland and Routledge, 1994), 5.

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