ESSAYS IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH RAFTERY
edited by Michael Ryan, 1998
Ryan, Michael: Preface, vi.
Ryan, Michael: The Published Works of Joseph Raftery, vii-xii.
Woodman, P.C.: George Morant and the Mesolithic of Ballyhoe Lough, 1-16.
Eogan, George: Heart-shaped bullae of the Irish Late Bronze Age, 17-26.
Cahill, Mary: A gold dress-fastener from Clohernagh, Co. Tipperary, and a catalogue of related material, 27-78.
Frey, O.-H.: Early Celtic art on the Continent, 79-96.
Raftery, Barry: Knobbed spearbutts revisited, 97-110.
Warner, Richard: An Iron Age lead pin from County Donegal, 111-122.
Elbern, Victor H.: Kelche der Karolingerzeit, 123-140.
Ryan, Michael: A house-shaped shrine of probable Irish origin at Abbadia San Salvatore, province of Siena, Italy, 141-150.
Ó Floinn, Raghnall: The object known as the ‘Mias Tighearnáin’, 151-172.
Kelly, Eamonn P.: Sheela-na-gigs in the National Museum of Ireland, together with a brief description of their origin and function, 173-184.
Kenny, Michael: Two Tudor coin hoards from Grattan Street, Cork, 185-191.
Flanagan, Laurence: The oldest extant post-medieval table-fork, 193-200.
Wallace, Patrick F.: The use of iron in Viking Dublin, 201-222.