By P. W. Joyce
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Fig. 13. — FlG. 14. — Fig. 14. brooch (pin cut short here to save space: see " Brooch" in Index). Irish bronze caldron for boiling meat, 12)4 inches deep, formed of plates It shows marks and signs of long use over a fire. beautifully riveted together. ) (See hollow end of the hair, 3% inches in diameter. ) FIG. 12. Ancient FIG. — Ancient Irish All three objects now in National Museum, Dublin, and descriptions in the records. ) such an object all three exactly answering the the very one mentioned in the writings the same class, and with the same use.
The other, so as often to clear up obscure passages in both and in many cases statements in the ancient Irish Tales, : which, if unsupported, might be regarded as doubtful, are corroborated by passages concerning the Gaulish Celts in Caesar, Solinus, Posidonius, and other classical writers. These observations of this book. will be found illustrated in many parts CHAP. LAYING THE FOUNDATION I] Population of Ireland in Ancient Times. 5. It is 25 important that we should have some general idea of the population of Ireland during the period treated of in this book.
One great value of these three comparatively late tracts consists in this that they fully corroborate the evidences of much : — earlier writings ; of the older times and show that the habits and customs were preserved almost unchanged down to the period of the writers. book professedly deals with Ireland beAnglo-Norman Invasion (1171), it will be observed Although fore the this that I sometimes notice matters belonging to much later periods, and later authorities referring to them are often — quoted.
A social history of ancient Ireland by P. W. Joyce