By William Wood-Martin
From the well known 19th century archaeologist and antiquarian William Wood-Martin, Pagan eire takes the reader from Ireland's earliest human population to the sunrise of Christianity. Drawing at the archaeological proof and complimentary historic assets to color an in depth photo of the ideals and lifestyle of the pagan Irish, Wood-Martin explores the gods and the "traces of the elder faiths" that encouraged how the folk lived and died. contains over four hundred illustrations, sketches and photographs, and an in depth bibliography.
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Pagan Ireland; An Archaeological Sketch: A Handbook of Irish Pre-Christian Antiquities by William Wood-Martin