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Early Christian

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Stained glass window depicting St Patrick preaching to his disciples including Benignus as a young boy by Harry Clarke . Michael’s Church, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland. Source - Andreas F. Borchert via Wikimedia. Glass Wall Art, Stained Glass Art, Stained Glass Windows, Saint Patrick, Irish Tourism, Michael Church, St Michael, L'art Du Vitrail, Wine Bottle Wall

Glitz & Grandeur

Glass is amazing! It’s a suspended liquid that moves and flows. It changes with light and the lack of light! It's smooth and glossy, it has texture and depth. It's cool, it's hot, it melts, but is...

Example of Fractal Art…before fractals were “Fractals” …from the Irish/Celtic Book of Kells The mind has always had a fixation with recursive and fractal patterns, largely because our environment is. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Fractal Patterns, Patterns In Nature, Zentangle Patterns, Math Patterns, Celtic Art, Irish Celtic

The Book of Kells

Sure, we couldn’t come to Dublin without seeing the Book, could we? Off to Trinity College in the sunshine (sunshine!) to slip into the Library at its opening hour. Scarcely any wait to speak…

 An ancient church and graveyard in the Highlands Outlander, Old Cemeteries, Graveyards, Old Churches, Abandoned Churches, Scottish Highlands, Highlands Scotland, Scotland Castles, Skye Scotland

Cille Choirill Vertical View by XY75MQ on DeviantArt

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Finely Carved Capitals in the Cloisters, Iona Abbey, Isle of Iona, Scotland Isle Of Iona, St Margaret, The Cloisters, Early Christian, Paradise Island, Stone Carving, Pilgrimage, Celtic, United Kingdom

Finely Carved Capitals in the Cloisters, Iona Abbey, Isle of Iona, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

About This Piece Animal Art Keep your furry and feathery friends close, whether they are a galloping stallion or a dog taking a selfie. Our gallery is here to turn empty walls into a cute and quirky display of animal art. Travel Art Art is the best way of seeing the world when travel isn’t possible. Explore our curation of travel art for a trip around the globe. See from tourist favorites landmarks–the Eiffel tower– to hidden gems like the breathtaking landscapes of Yosemite National Park…

Altar at wishing well Tobar Iosa (Ireland) Early Christian, Wishing Well, Ireland Travel, Pilgrimage, Mount Rushmore, Fields, To Go, Altar, Walks

Pilgrimage In Medieval Ireland

pilgrim roads, rituals & destinations

Image of St. Bridget of Ireland in a holy well in Creevaughbaun, County Galway. The well is across from a "teach allais," or sweat house, which may have been used to to treat various ailments. Early Christian, Christian Art, St Bridget, Island County, Holi Wishes, Celtic Goddess, County Clare, Scottish Castles, England And Scotland

The sweat house at Creevaghbaun, Co. Galway | Irish Archaeology

The sweat house at Creevaghbaun Co. Galway maybe the finest example of a 'teach allais' in Ireland

Interior of the Church of St Brendan the Navigator, Crookhaven, on the Mizen peninsula, West Cork. Cork Ireland, Ireland Travel, Beautiful Streets, Beautiful Places, St Brendan, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, West Cork, Irish Roots, Ireland Homes

Interior of the Church of St Brendan the Navigator, Crookhaven, on the Mizen peninsula, Ireland

St Brendan The Navigator - Dingle - A Visitors Guide to the Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) in County Kerry, Ireland from Dingle Peninsula Tourism St Brendan, History Of Time, Early Christian, Pilgrimage, Archaeology, Celtic, Garden Sculpture, Tourism, Saints


A brief history of time on Ireland's Dingle Peninsula, from the Mesolithic Period through the 20th Century.

Yates Thompson f. Miniature of a scribe writing at a desk (thought to be Bede), from the preface to Bede's prose Life of St Cuthbert. Origin: England, N. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Books, Medieval Life, Becoming A Monk, Westerns, St Cuthbert, Late Middle Ages

Image of an item from the British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

This page describes and shows an image of an item in the Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

Miniature of Ælfflæd of Whitby, sister of the king, meeting Cuthbert on Coquet Island; from BL Yates Thomson MS 26 version of Bede's Prose Life, prophecy is in the Anonymous Life at Just another of the many representations of St Cuthbert. Medieval World, Medieval Art, Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Kingdom Of Northumbria, Celtic Christianity, St Cuthbert, Early Christian, Irish Celtic

The Vita Sancti Cuthberti (English: "Life of Saint Cuthbert") is a prose hagiography from early medieval Northumbria. It is probably the earliest extant saint's life from Anglo-Saxon England, and is an account of the life and miracles of Cuthbert (died 687), a Bernician hermit-monk who became bishop of Lindisfarne. It was completed soon after the translation of Cuthbert's body in 698, at some point between 699 and 705

St Cuthbert miraculously discovering a roof beam for his church in the waves of the ocean, from Chapter 21 of Bede's prose Life of St Cuthbert, England (Durham), quarter of the century, Yates Thompson MS f. Medieval World, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Illuminated Letters, Renaissance Artworks, St Cuthbert, Roof Beam, Romanesque

Life of St. Cuthbert - caption: 'Chaper 21. Cuthbert discovers the piece of timber washed up with the tide, that was to be used a roof beam'

ID: yates_thompson_ms_26_f045v Title: Life of St. Cuthbert Author: "Bede (Bede)" Provenance: Durham; last quarter of 12th century Caption: Chaper 21. Cuthbert discovers the piece of timber washed up with the tide, that was to be used a roof beam Language: Latin Source identifier: Yates Thompson 26, f.45v British Library Shelfmark: Yates Thompson 26 If you wish to purchase a high quality copy of this image, please place an order at Images Online imagesonline.bl.uk. The details from the above…

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects – Roscrea brooch, late-ninth century - "The fact that Irish craftsmen are using Viking materials and influences tells us that the Viking invasions were traumatic but not catastrophic. Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Irish Images, Norwegian Vikings, Art Through The Ages, Celtic Culture

Roscrea Brooch - 100 Objects

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects: No. 38 Roscrea Brooch (late-ninth century)