Cambrensis, The first vision of the Topography of Ireland

Cambrensis, The first vision of the Topography of Ireland

Cambrensis, Giraldus. The first vision of the Topography of Ireland. Translated by John J. O’Meara. Dundalk, Dundalgan Press, 1951. 8º. 121 pages with five illustrations. Original Hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear.

Includes for example: Geography and Natural History / Wonders and Miracles / The Inhabitants / With Notes and Index.
The illustrations are showing: Map of Europe / Marten – Fox – Badger – Spider – Wolf – Beavor – Leech – Lizard / Wolf talking to priest: St.Kevin and the blackbird / Priest warming himself at fire – Archer inside hedge of St. Brigid – Composition of a book at Kildare / Irish method of riding – The use of the axe / A new way of conferring kingship – Two Connacht Men in a Boat //

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Cambrensis, The first vision of the Topography of Ireland
Cambrensis, The first vision of the Topography of Ireland