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THE EARLIEST CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE OF IRELAND
EARLY IRISH CHURCHES BUILT WITH MORTAR
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ancient Annals of Ulster Antiquities appears Appendix arcade Architecture of Ireland Ardfert Askeaton Banagher beehive bishop Book of Kells British Museum building built Caimin's capitals carving Cashel Cathedral cells Celtic chancel chancel arch character churchyard Cistercian cloisters Clonmacnois Cormac's Chapel decoration doubt Dublin Dunraven earlier Early Christian east end east window edited elaborate English examples face Fahan forts Four Masters Glendalough Gothic Architecture History House Iniscealtra Inismurray inside instance interlaced Irish architecture Irish Romanesque Island jambs Jerpoint Abbey Kells Kilkenny Kilmalkedar knot-work late Irish later less Lindisfarne Gospels lintel lona Lough masonry mentioned Monasterboice monastery mortar mouldings nave Newgrange Norman oratory ornament Patrick Petrie plain probably Roman Ross Abbey Round Tower Scotland shafts shews similar slabs south side south transept spirals square Stokes stone churches stone roof style Teampull tomb Tomgraney transept transept chapels vault wall WEST DOORWAY west end XII century