in Liverpool .
Written in English
|Other titles||Manks antiquities|
|Statement||[by] P. M. C. Kermode & W. A. Herdman|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||108|
Illustrated notes on Manks antiquities. by Kermode, P. M. C. (Philip Moore Callow), or Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. illustrated notes on manks antiquities. THE Isle of Man is interesting from various points of view, and many of the more or less scientific summer visitors to its shores must often have found intellectual delights in its marine biology and its botany, in its rocks and fossils and in tracing the survival of ancient customs and the still earlier remains of prehistoric Man. Index to Illustrated Notes on Manks Antiquities (2nd Ed), [From Illustrated Notes on Manks Antiquities, ] [note still under construction - figures tba] [Historic Period] The Historic Period is represented by structural and monumental remains, dating from the introduction of Christianity to the earlier Celtic inhabitants in the sixth or end of the fifth century.
[From Illustrated Notes on Manks Antiquities, ] The most notable ancient structures of the Historic Period are the Castles of Peel and Rushen. With respect to the former, which stands on St. Patrick's Isle, about 7½ acres in extent, we have already referred to the mound near the centre of the islet as having possibly been a stronghold since neolithic times. [From Illustrated Notes on Manks Antiquities, ] [pt2 - Neolithic Burials] Finally, we have burials of Neolithic age. In that at Port St. Mary already referred to (fig. 5) were several cists formed of large slabs set on edge, capped originally by a covering stone. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. C Hall Caine, The Little Manx Nation () Eliza Craven Green, Sea weeds and Heath Flowers () Archibald Creggen, A Dictionary of the Manks Language ( [but ]) J.G. Cumming, The Isle of .
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