London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931. First edition. Spotting to edges, endpapers toned, else about fine in very good pictorial jacket. , 208 pp., illustrated with plates from photographs, maps, 8vo, green cloth with gilt spine title.
Author was Professor of Celtic Archaeology at University College, Dublin. The present work is based on his 1918 "Study of the Remains and Traditions of Tara" with the addition of much new material. (Inventory #: 21450)
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