Website relating to artifacts - types, particular examples, or distributions
Prehistoric Music Ireland: Site devoted to prehistoric musical instruments in
Ireland, especially Bronze Age horns, and the playing of music on modern replicas. CDs are available, and there is a book on the subject.
The sword of the Iron Age Gael Despite the name, a well-researched essay on Bronze Age
and Iron Age swords.
Sylloge of coins in the British Isles Not the actual series but information about it, which
volumes have been published, etc. Further details are given at this site.
Irish Coinage Site devoted to Irish coins and banknotes. Easy to navigate with short summaries of different
historical phases with clickable links to more detailed descriptions and high-resolution photographs. Also includes a catalogue of coin prices and a
Irish Hammered Coinage. A UK-based mail order coin firm. Some mediaeval examples. Quite expensive.
Lithics Ireland Consultancy Specialist evaluation reports, post-excavation assessments and publication
reports for stone artifacts and all artificially-modified stone objects.
Irish section of The Elusive Spondulix: Bigoted Anglophobic introduction to the history of
Irish coins, and price lists of coins for sale.
Thaddeus C. Breen
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