Thirty original essays from internationally renowned art experts as they examine the creative genius from Ireland and Britain. Many regard the Celtic art from this period as being essential to European civilization, and these experts state their case clearly, complete with illustrations.Another body of entries which may, in fact, derive from the Iona compilation concerns the north-eastern kingdoms of Ulster (Oa#39;Rahilly 1946, 253-7; Hughes 1972, 119-23, Smyth 1972, 17-18, 41; Mac Niocaill 1975, ... by a royal dynasty as witnessed in the Anglo- Saxon Chronicle under Wessex influence (Hughes 1972, 124-34; Gransden 1974, 34-8). ... has undergone a prolonged process of revision in which entries were added, subtracted and apparently re-written at various periods.
|Title||:||From the Isles of the North|
|Publisher||:||Stationery Office/Tso - 1995|