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Louthiana

Wright, Thomas

Louthiana

or, An introduction to the antiquities of Ireland : in upwards of ninety views and plans : representing, with proper explanations, the principal ruins, curiosities, and ancient dwellings, in the county of Louth ....

by Wright, Thomas

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Published by Printed for Thomas Payne in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Louth -- Antiquities.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA990.L89 W9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 pts. in 1 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18910303M


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Divided Into Three Books the Second Edition Revised and Corrected, with Some Few Additions by. Louthiana: or, An introduction to the antiquities of Ireland. In upwards of ninety views and plans: representing, with proper explanations, the principal ruins, Louthiana book, and antient dwellings, in the county of Louth.

Divided into three books. Louthiana is a large format book printed in what is known as quarto size, that is, on pages measuring mm by mm (11 1/2 by 8 5/8 inches). In terms of its layout, the main body of the book is preceded by an introduction and preface.

The main body is itself divided into three 'books. Louthiana: or, an Introduction to the Antiquities of Ireland. In upwards of Ninety Views and Plans: Representing, with Proper Explanations, the Principal Ruins, Curiosities, and Ancient Dwellings, in the County of Louth.

Divided into Three Books. Louthiana is a book on the ancient monuments of the County of Louth, first published in Louth is situated on the east coast of Ireland, it's county town - Dundalk - being equidistant from Dublin and. Louthiana: or, an introduction to the antiquities of Ireland.

In upwards of ninety views and plans: Divided into three books. Taken upon the spot by Thomas Wright Engrav'd by Paul Fourdrinier. An even more remarkable book, Wright's Louthiana broke new ground when it was published in It was the earliest detailed record devoted to the archaeological monuments of a particular locality.

Louthiana book Blank notebook with cover artwork of 'Ladywell, Dundalk', from Thomas Wright, Louthiana (London, ), Book III, Plate xix. The holy well as a characteristic Irish monument is discussed in Art and Architecture of Ireland Volume I c c (Dublin, ).

A copy of Louthiana. Books of County Louth Interest. Wright, Thomas, Louthiana, London (Reprinted, Dundalk ) The edition of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society Journal has an Index of books.

Thomas Wright’s Louthiana Louthiana is the earliest example of a county survey of archaeological remains. The book contains 74 fine copperplate sketches. Dun-Dalgan, Cuculainn's stronghold and residence, as it appeared, and as it was drawn, inby Thomas Wright, from whose book "Louthiana," it has been copied.

Height of mound about 50 feet. Louthiana: or, An introduction to the antiquities of Ireland. In upwards of ninety views and plans: representing, with proper explanations, the principal ruins, curiosities, and antient dwellings, in the county of Louth. Divided into three books. Despite the book’s significance, Lord Orrery wrote soon after it appeared, ‘A thin quarto named Louthiana, is most delicately printed and the cuts admirably engraved, and yet we think the County of Louth the most devoid of antiquities of any County in Ireland These kind of books.

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Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology Journal of Labor Economics. This version was reproduced from D'Alton's book in (I believe) Thomas D'Arcy's Popular History of Ireland, in a edition. Drogheda. This is a 19th century (poss. ) coloured engraving of. Death of a bookshop John McEvoy reflects on his 20 years running the Crannóg Bookshop in Cavan town, the role it played in a cultural revival and as a community hub, and its most famous visitor.

Hothouse Orchid book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Taking a sabbatical in the Florida town where she was once a polic /5. The other windows are square-headed, as were also the large apertures of the uppermost story [see Wright's Louthiana, pl Book iii.] The masonry is good, and characteristic of a very early period.

Wright's Louthiana, Book /., Plate XVIII. COUNTY LOUTH ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 39 held sacred?sometimes through mere wantonness, sometimes as a kind of display of his superiority, but. The story of the Cailleach of Loughcrew and its meaning Many of you have probably heard the story of the Cailleach (hag or witch) of Loughcrew.

The hills of Loughcrew are scattered with. Wright explored 'the wee county' extensively and his book "Louthiana", which describes and illustrates many of its archaeological sites, is among the earliest surveys of its type. His preoccupation with.

louthiana: past and present. of large boulders. In the field around may be traced by slight depressions parts of the outer rampart and perhaps of the causeway from the river bank. I could see. Louthiana is the earliest example of a county survey of archaeological remains. The book contains 74 fine copperplate sketches and line-drawings of ancient field monuments, most of them being the /5(7).

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WRIGHT (Thomas) Louthiana: or, an Introduction to the Antiquities of Ireland (), W. Faden London, together with MCDONALD (J. Ramsay) Manna-Hatin - The Story of New York (). Figure 7 The Town-Castle of Artherdee, in Wright’s Louthiana, Book II, Plate XVII-XVIII Figure 8 Hatch’s Castle, Ardee: section and west elevation (after B.

Murtagh, ) Figure 9 Detail of the extra. Engraving from Louthiana of a mountain near Piedmont, Book 1, plate XIX (fifth in a sequence of plates between pp. 10 and 11). 17/18 Engraving from Louthiana of a view of the castle of Carlingford, Book.

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The longphort at Linn Duachaill (Ann. Ulst. ) can I think be confidently identified with a headland fort at the mouth of the Glyde called Lis-na-Rann.’ Orpen seems to have derived this belief from Wright’s Louthiana, but this book.

His illustrations were featured in Anthony Murphy's book Mythical Ireland: New Light on the Ancient Past. "There was only one depiction of Ireland's Stonehenge – a drawing by antiquarian Thomas Wright, published in his book Louthiana. AN Antique Books Road Show at the Dundalk Book Fair this Saturday in the former Planet Video premises on Park Street could reveal some gems.

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