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Carey, Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral: A Short Guide. Carey, Maurice. Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral: A Short Guide. Cork, Maurice Carey, No date (c.1980). 14.5 cm x 21 cm. 10 pages. Original softcover pamphlet. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear.

Includes for example the following sections: A Sacred Site / The Medieval Cathedral / The Central Portal / The Font / The Nave / The North Aisle / The South Aisle / The Bishop’s Throne / The Sanctuary / The Painted Roof / The Organ / The Ambulatory David’s Door etc.

Keywords: Architecture, Cork City, Irish History, Irish Interest, Irish Local History, St Finbarr

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Gille of Limerick / Fleming, Gille of Limerick (c.1070 - 1145 Gille of Limerick / Fleming, John. Gille of Limerick (c.1070 – 1145): Architect of a Medieval Church. Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2001. 16 cm x 24 cm. 176 pages. Original hardcover with original dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear.

Includes for example the following essays: The early Irish Church / Twelfth-century reform / Gille’s origins / Responsibility for pastoral care / The place for contemplation / The role of the laity / The hierarchs / The ecclesiastical grades / Bishop of Limerick / Friend of Anselm / Gille retrieved / The writings and their origins / The printed sources for the writings of Gille etc.

″Generally, little is known about Gille, bishop of Limerick from 1106 until 1138. The Annalists have tended to ignore him and history has not focussed attention on him either. Scholars accept that he was an important figure in the reformation of the Irish Church during the twelfth century but to date they have not explored his contribution to the early medieval Church in Ireland. // This work is a first attempt to focus attention on Gille. It tries to establish the foundation on which a genuine appreciation of the contribution which he made to the Ireland of the twelfth century can be laid. It provides the future historian with a critical edition of his writings and a translation of these into English. It also analyses, briefly, the background of his treatise and the contribution which he made not only to the formation of the medieval Church but also to specific areas of interest to the Church, the role of the laity, the place of women etc.” (Publisher)

Keywords: Architecture, Irish History, Irish Interest, Limerick

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