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Sheela-na-gigs: origins and functions Eamonn P. Kelly, National Museum of Ireland

Sheela-na-gigs: origins and functions Eamonn P. Kelly, National Museum of Ireland

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Eamonn P Kelly, National Museum of Ireland, Irish Antiquities Division Department, Sheela-Na-Gigs: A brief description of their origin and function. more. Title, Sheela-na-gigs: Origins and Functions Irish Treasure Series. Author, Eamonn P. Kelly. Contributor, National Museum of Ireland. Edition, illustrated. Sheela-na-gigs: origins and functions / Eamonn P Kelly. Published: Dublin: Country House in Association with the National Museum of Ireland,

Eamonn Kelly in his book on Sheela-na-gigs: Origins and Functions suggests ' The old . Here Eamonn P Kelly of the National Museum of Ireland examines the . 10 Dec by Eamonn P. Kelly, the museum's acting Keeper of Antiquities. Sheela na Gigs, Origins and Functions is a brief history of the phenomenon. Sheela-na-Gigs: Origins and Functions (Irish Treasure series) Paperback – 1 Jul . Here Eamonn P Kelly of the National Museum of Ireland examines the.

Sheela na gigs are figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva. Scholars disagree about the origins of the figures. Eamonn Kelly, Keeper of Irish Antiquities at the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin, their location on churches and the grotesque features of the figures, by medieval standards. Sheela-na-gigs are stone carvings of naked females that use one or both hands There has been much debate about their origin, meaning and role since then. As for the meaning of the name, Eamonn Kelly is of the opinion that it comes from .. House, Dublin, in association with the National Museum of Ireland, , p. This photo by Noel O'Neill shows a recently discovered Sheela-na-Gig found near the ruins of Origins and Functions' by Eamonn P. Kelly (National Museum) . Published by Country House in association with the National Museum of Ireland . Sheela-na-gigs in the National Museum of Ireland, together with a brief description of their origin and function · Kelly, Eamonn P.. () - In: Essays Joseph. Sheela-na-gigs in the National Museum of Ireland, together with a brief description of their origin and function · Kelly, Eamonn P.. • p.

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