Churches in Early Medieval Ireland : architecture, ritual and memoryPublished by : Yale University Press, 2010 (New Haven [Conn.]) Physical details: xv+ [vi], 392 p. ill, maps ill ISBN:0300154445; 9780300154443 (cl : alk. paper).
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Publication date CIP record. Publication date: 08 10
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Opus Scoticum : churches of timber, turf and wattle -- Drystone churches and regional identity in Corcu Duibne -- Relics and romanitas : mortared stone churches before 900 -- Pre-romanesque churches of mortared stone, 900-1130 : form, chronology, patronage -- Architecture and memory -- Architecture and ritual -- Sacred cities and pastoral centres after 900 -- Architecture and politics : Dublin and Glendalough around 1100 -- Relics and recluses : double-vaulted churches around 1100 -- Epilogue -- Appendix. Descriptive list of Irish pre-romanesque churches.