A selection of some of the best books on early Irish law and culture.
Used by the ancients to map the movement of the stars. This revealing text describes the exciting discovery and deciphering of the 5,000-year-old stone chambers and standing stones of pre-Celtic Ireland.
This work was written when the author was 77 years old, and was the culmination of many years of study. It covers a wide range of topics and opinions, from scholarly sources to the authors of the Druid Revival.
During the 5th century: as Rome collapsed, Ireland became 'the isle of saints and scholars'. The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe
Paints a picture of the ancient Celts as told through the writings of the first century BC historian, Posidonios, who travelled from his native Greece to walk amongst the barbarians of the West.
Minutely researched and rich in revelations, The Ancient Paths brings to life centuries of our distant history and reinterprets pre-Roman Europe.
Written for the millions who identify with their Celtic roots: Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Mann, Breton, and Cornish. This user-friendly guide will be enjoyed by students, travelers, and history enthusiasts.
A complete overview of the story of Christianity in Ireland from earliest patrician times to the troubled days of today's church.
Contains important fully decorated pages plus a series of enlargements showing the minuteness of the detail; spiral and interlaced patterns, human and animal ornament.
Irish Customs and Beliefs is a collection of stories exploring the gentler, more superstitious lives of the old Irish.
Originally published in 1986, this book gives a detailed account of the manuscripts in Cambridge written wholly or partly in the Irish language.