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National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology

National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology

The Broighter boat (National Museum of Ireland); earliest example of a sailing ship from Ireland

The remarkable Broighter hoard, arguably the finest treasure trove of the Irish Iron Age. In total it contained a model boat, two twisted bar torcs, two necklaces, a beaten bowl and an elaborately.

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The Irish National Museum of Archaeology, Dublin. A wonderful museum. This gold Lunula, a neck ornament, has been cold hammered (using stone hammers) from a single nugget of Irish gold, to an incredible thinness.

The Irish National Museum of Archaeology, Dublin. A wonderful museum. This gold Lunula, a neck ornament, has been cold hammered (using stone hammers) from a single nugget of Irish gold, to an incredible thinness.

The Shrine of St. Lachtin's Arm  Donaghmore  Co. Cork  c. AD 1120 — at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.

The Shrine of St. Lachtin's Arm Donaghmore Co. Cork c. AD 1120 — at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.

An Early Bronze Age gold lunula from Killarney, Co. Kerry, it dates from c. 2000 BC

Early Bronze Age gold lunula from Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. Dates from circa 2000 BCE

Mysterious gold beads Found near Tumna Church in 1834 — at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.

Mysterious gold beads Found near Tumna Church in 1834 — at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology: Museu Nacional da Irlanda

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology: Museu Nacional da Irlanda

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