Volume 5 of Ossory, Laois and Leinster’s Journal. containing amongst many interesting articles, one about the Cashel bog body, the oldest fleshed bog body to have been found anywhere in the world.
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Volume 5 of the journal of the Ossory, Laois and Lenster, 2012.
The bog body from Cashel Bog, Co Laois. Eamonn P. Kelly
‘Blind Cruise’ the Elizabethan harper. David Edwards
Ellen Lalor, the Bergins, and Van Diemen’s Land. Brendan Kiely
The O’Donovan family of Atateemore (alias Blackney’s Part) Co Kilkenny: planter development of lands, farmsteads and demesnes north of Waterford City. Michael Herity
‘The leaven of your forepassed wicked lives purged’: Excommunication and Exile in Part 1 of David Pothe’s Analecta (1616). Stephen Hand
‘Very necessarie instumente in a compani’: Irish medical personnel and Spanish military medicine, 1586-1672 Benjamin J Hazard
Turning over a new leaf: the manuscript contect of Leabhar na Nuachongbhala, commonly known as the Book of Leinster. Elizabeth Duncan
Men’s nmes among the Ui Mordha of Laoighis, c. 1000 – c.1500. Freya Verstraten Veach