PRIA Volume XXIX (1911-1912), Section C

Hemphill, Samuel: The Gospels of MacRegol of Birr: a study in Celtic illumination, 1-10. (I, January 1911)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Notes on the larger cliff forts of the west coast of County Mayo, 11-33. (II,January 1911)

Westropp, M.S.D.: Glass-making in Ireland, 34-58. (III, April 1911)

MacNeill, John: Early Irish population groups: their nomenclature, classification and chronology, 59-114. (IV, April 1911)

Gwynn, E.J. & Purton, W.J.: The monastery of Tallaght, 115-179. (V, July 1911)

Dix, E.R. McC: The first printing of the New Testament in English at Dublin, 180-185. (VI, July 1911)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Types of the ringforts remaining in eastern Clare. (Killaloe: its royal forts and their history), 186-212. (VII, August 1911)

Lawlor, H.J.: A calendar of the Register of Archbishop Sweteman, 213-310. (VIII, September 1911)

MacAlister, R.A.S., Armstrong, E.C.R. & Praeger, R.L.: report on the exploration of Bronze-age cairns on Carrowkeel mountain, Co. Sligo, 311-347. (IX, June 1912)


PRIA Volume XXX (1912-1913), Section C

Esposito, Mario: Hiberno-Latin manuscripts in the libraries of Switzerland (Part II), 1-14. (I, March 1912)

Berry, R.G.: The Sierra Leone cannibals, with notes on their history, religion and customs, 15-70. (II, May 1912)

Dix, E.R.McClintock: List of all pamphlets, books, &c., printed in Cork during the seventeenth century, 71-82. (III, June 1812)

Coffey, George: Recent prehistoric finds acquired by the Academy, 83-93. (IV, July 1912)

Lawlor, H.J.: A calendar of the Register of Archbishop Fleming, 94-190. (V, August 1912)

Armstrong, E.C.R.: A note on four armorial pendants in the Academy's collection, 191-124. (VI, July 1912)

Knowles, W.J.: Prehistoric stone implements from the River Bann and Lough Neagh, 195-222. (VII, August 1912)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Brasil and the legendary islands of the north Atlantic: their history and fable. A contribution to the "Atlantis" problem, 223-260, corrigenda 428. (VIII, August 1912)

O'Nolan, T.P.: Mór of Munster and the tragic fate of Cuanu son of Cailchin, 261-282. (IX, August 1912)

Windle, Bertram C.A.: On certain megalithic remains immediately surrounding Lough Gur, County Limerick, 283-306. (X, September 1912)

Esposito, Mario: On the earliest Latin life of St. Brigid of Kildare, 307-326. (XI, September 1912)

Dix, E.R.McClintock: A Dublin almanack of 1612,, 327-330. (XII, January 1913).

Murray, Robert M.: the diary of Bonnivert, 1690, 331-341. (XIII, )

Macalister, R.A.S.: An attempt to determine the contents of the inscription on the Phaestos Disc, 342-350. (XIV, January 1913)

Macalister, R.A.S., Armstrong, E.C.R. & Praeger, R.Loyd: On a Bronze-Age interment, with associated standing stone and earthen ring, near Naas, Co. Kildare, 351-360. (XV, January 1913)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Early Italian maps of Ireland from 1300 to 1600, with notes on foreign settlers and trade, 361-428. (XVI, February 1913)

Mahaffy, J.P.: On the origins of learned Academies in modern Europe. An address delivered to the Academy, November 30, 1912, 429-444. (XVII)

Coffey, George: Ornamented bronze spear-heads with apertures in the blades, 445-448. (XVIII, February 1913)

Coffey, George: Two unpublished lunulae and other objects, 449-450. (XIX, February 1913)

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Some matrices of Irish seals, 451-476. (XX, February 1913)

Berry, Henry F.: Minute book of the Corporation of Dublin, known as the "Friday Book", 1567-1611, 477-514. (XXII, February 1913)


PRIA Volume XXXI (1911-1915) Clare Island Survey. Section 1 includes some papers of antiquarian interest:

Praeger, R. Lloyd: General introduction and narrative. (Part 1; twelve pages, 1-12. April 1915).

Westropp, T.J.: History and archaeology (Part 2; seventy-eight pages, 1-78, & corrigenda on p vii. December 1911).

MacNeill, John: Place names and family names (Part 3; forty-two pages, 1-42. April 1913).

Colgan, Nathaniel: Gaelic plant and animal names and associated folk-lore (Part 4; thirty pages 1-30, & corrigenda vii-ix. April 1911).

Wilson, James: Agriculture and its history (Part 5; forty-six pages 1-46. May 1911).


PRIA Volume XXXII (1914-1916), Section C

Westropp, M.S. Dudley: Notes on the pottery manufacture in Ireland, 1-27. (I, May 1913)

Lawlor, H.J.: A charter of Cristin, Bishop of Louth, 28-40. (II, June 1913)

Orpen, Goddard H.: Rathgall, County Wicklow: Dún Galion and the "Dunum" of Ptolemy, 41-57. (III, June 1913)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Types of the ring-forts of eastern Co. Clare. Part IV (Conclusion), Clonlara, Broadford, Cullaun, and Clooney, 58-77. (IV, August 1914)

Esposito, M.: On the so-called Psalter of St. Caimin, 78-88. (V, September 1913)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Fortified headlands and castles on the south coast of Munster. Part I, from Sherkin to Youghal, Co. Cork, 89-124. (VI, January 1914)

Dix, E.R.McClintock: Printing in the city of Kilkenny in the seventeenth century, 125-137. (VII, January 1914)

Macalister, R.A.S.: On some recently discovered Ogham inscriptions, 138-146. (VIII, January 1914)

Macalister, R.A.S., Armstrong, E.C.R. & Praeger, R.Lloyd: The excavation of Lochpairc Crannog, near Tuam, 147-151. (IX, January 1914)

Wood, Herbert: The Court of Castle Chamber or Star Chamber of Ireland, 152-170. (X, March 1914)

Coffey, George & Armstrong, E.C.R.: Find of bronze objects at Annesborough, Co. Armagh, 171-175. (XI, May 1914)

Macalister, R.A.S.: On a hoard of remarkable objects recently found in Ireland, 176-187. (XII, July 1914)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Fortified headlands and castles on the south coast of Munster. Part II. From Ardmore to Dunmore, Co. Waterford, 188-226. (XIII, August 1914)

Macalister, R.A.S.: The "Druuides" inscription at Killeen Cormac, Co. Kildare, 227-238. (XIV, December 1914)

Lawlor, H.C.: Investigation of the Cairne Grannia cromlech near Mallusk, Co. Antrim, 239-242. (XV, January 1915)

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Four brooches preserved in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, 243-248. (XVI, January 1915)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Fortified headlands and castles in western County Cork, Part I, from Cape Clear to Dunmanus Bay, 249-286. (XVII, May 1915)

Armstrong, E.C.R. (ed.): Catalogue of the silver and ecclesiastical antiquities in the collection of the Royal Irish Academy, by the late Sir William Wilde, M.D., M.R.I.A., 287-312. (XVIII, August 1915)

Lawlor, H.J.: A charter of Donatus, Prior of Louth, 313-323. (XIX, August 1915)

Kane, W.F. de V.: The Dun of Drumsna—a frontier fortification between the kingdoms of Aileagh and Cruaghan, 324-332. (XX, August 1915)

Dix, E.R. McClintock: Printing in the city of Waterford in the seventeenth century, 333-344. (XXI, January 1916)


PRIA Volume XXXIII (1916-1917), Section C

Bigger, Francis Joseph: Some recent archaeological discoveries in Ulster, 1-8. (I, February 1916)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: On certain typical earthworks and ring-walls in County Limerick. Part I, 9-42. (II, March 1916)

Westropp, M.S. Dudley: Notes on Irish money weights and foreign coin current in Ireland, 43-72. (III, March 1916)

Dix, E.R. McClintock: List of books and tracts printed in Belfast in the seventeenth century, 73-80. (IV, March 1916)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Notes on certain Irish inscriptions, 81-92. (V, April 1916)

Macalister, R.A.S.: The history and antiquities of Inis Cealtra, 93-174. (VI, June 1916)

Robinson, John L.: On the ancient deeds of the parish of St. John, Dublin, 175-224. (VII, July 1916)

Dix, E.R. McClintock: An early Dublin Almanack, 225-229. (VIII, August 1916)

Macalister, R.A.S.: On an Ogham inscription recently discovered in County Wicklow, 230-232. (IX, August 1916)

Murray, R.H.: Unpublished letters of William Penn, 233-240. (X, August 1916)

Lawlor, H.J.: The Cathach of St. Columba, 241-443. (XI, September 1916)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: On certain typical earthworks and ring-walls in County Limerick, Part II, the royal forts in Coshlea, 444-492. (XII, February 1917)

Macalister, R.A.S.: On a runic inscription at Killaloe cathedral, 493-498. (XIII, March 1917)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Robert Downing’s history of Louth, 499-504. (XIV, March 1917)

Macalister, R.A.S.: A report on some excavations recently conducted in Co. Galway, 505-510. (XV, March 1917)

Armstrong, E.C.R.: On some associated finds of bronze celts discovered in Ireland, 511-526. (XVI, March 1917)

Bernard, J.H.: The foundation of Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford, 527-529. (XVII, March 1917)

Mahaffy, J.P.: On the introduction of the ass as a beast of burden into Ireland, 530-538. (XVIII, March 1917)

Kane, W.F. de V.: Additional researches on the Black Pig’s Dyke, 539-563. (XIX, April 1917)


PRIA Volume XXXIV (1917-1919), Section C

Power, Patrick: Place-names and antiquities of S.E. Cork, 1-32. (I, May 1917)

Mahaffy, J.P.: The post-assaying found on dated pieces of plate in the collection of Trinity College, Dublin, 33-46. (II, May 1917)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: The ancient sanctuaries of Knockainey and Clogher, County Limerick, and their goddesses, 47-67. (III, August 1917)

Macalister, R.A.S. and Holtby, J.R.D.: On some interments at Mooretown, Co. Meath, 68-71. (IV, August 1917)

Westropp, M.S. Dudley: The discrepancies between the dates of gift and hall-mark dates found on pieces of plate belonging to Trinity College, Dublin, 72-80. (V, January 1918)

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Associated finds of Irish Neolithic Celts, 81-95. (VI, February 1918)

Armstrong, E.C.R. & Lawlor, Rev. H.J.: The Domnach Airgid, 96-126. (VII, March 1918)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: The earthworks, traditions, and the gods of south-eastern Co. Limerick, especially from Knocklong to Temair Erann, 127-183. (VIII, August 1918)

Power, Patrick: Place-names and antiquities of S.E. Cork—Part II, 184-230. (IX, September 1918)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Temair Breg: a study of the remains and traditions of Tara, 231-399. (X, January 1919)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Notes on some Ogham inscriptions, including two recently discovered, 400-404. (XI, January 1919)


PRIA Volume XXXV (1918-1920), Section C

Butler, Constance Mary and Bernard, John Henry: The Charters of the Cistercian Abbey of Duiske in the County of Kilkenny, 1-188. (I, July 1918)

Esposito, M.: On the pseudo-Augustinian treatise, "De Mirabilibus Sanctae Scripturae" written in Ireland in the year 655, 189-207. (II, March 1919)

Esposito, M.: The "Secrets of Salerno": an ancient French manuscript in the possession of the Royal Irish Academy, 208-213. (III, March 1919)

Lawlor, H.C.: Some investigations on the souterrain, 214-217. (IV, March 1919)

Bernard, John Henry: Richard Talbot, Archbishop and Chancellor (1418–1449), 218-229. (V, March 1919)

Lawlor, H.J.: Notes on St. Bernard’s life of St. Malachy, and his two sermons on the passing of St. Malachy, 230-264. (VI, April 1919)

Twiss, Henry F. Some ancient deeds of the parishes of St. Catherine and St. James, Dublin, 1296-1743, 265-281. (VII, May 1919)

Twiss, Henry F.: Some ancient deeds of the parish of St. Werburgh, Dublin, 1243-1676, 282-315. (VIII, May 1919)

Lawlor, H.J. and Best, R.I.: The ancient list of the Coarbs of Patrick, 316-362. (IX, December 1919)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: The assembly-place of ´Oenach Cairbre and Síd Asail at Monasteranenagh, County Limerick, 363-377. (X, April 1920)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: Dun Crot and the "Harps of Clíu", on the Galtees, County Limerick, 378-384. (XI, April 1920)

Kerry, Earl of: The Lansdowne maps of the Down Survey, 385-407. (XII, August 1920)


PRIA Volume XXXVI (1921-1924), Section C

Breuil, H. and Macalister, R.A.S.: A study of the chronology of Bronze-Age sculpture in Ireland, 1-9. (I, August 1921)

Dix, E.R.McC.: Printing in Cork in the first quarter of the Eighteenth Century (1701–1725), 10-15. (II, August 1921)

Lawlor, H.J.: A fresh authority for the Synod of Kells, 1152, 16-22. (III, February 1922)

Dalton, John P.: Cromm Cruaich of Magh Sleacht, 23-67. (IV, February 1922)

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: The "mound of the Fiana" at Cromwell Hill, Co. Limerick, and a note on Temair Luachra, 68-85. (V, March 1922)

O’Rahilly, Thomas F.: Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615, 86-120. (VI, June 1922)

Seymour, St. John D.: The Book of Adam and Eve in Ireland, 121-133. (VII, July 1922)

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Some Irish Bronze-Age finds, 134-149. (VIII, August 1922)

MacAlister, R.A.S.: A Bronze-Age burial near Galbally, Co. Tyrone, 150-153. (IX, August 1922)

Seymour, St.John D.: The signs of Doomsday in the Saltair na Rann, 154-163. (X, January 1923)

Power, Rev.Patrick: Place-names and antiquities of S.E. County Cork—Barony of Barrymore. Part III, 164-205. (XI, February 1923)

Wood, Herbert: The office of Chief Governor of Ireland, 1172–1509, 206-238. (XII, February 1923)

Kirkpatrick, T. Percy C.: Charles Willoughby, M.D., 249-255. (XIII, March 1923)

MacNeill, Eoin: Silva Focluti, 249-255. (XIX, March 1923)

Armstrong, Olive: Manuscripts of the "Modus tenendi Parliamentum" in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, 256-264. (XX, July 1923)

MacNeill, Eoin: Ancient Irish law : the law of status or franchise, 265-316. (XXI, December 1923)

Longfield, Ada: Anglo-Irish trade in the sixteenth century as illustrated by the English customs accounts and port books, 317-332. (XXII, February 1924)

Starkie,Walter: The "Commedia dell’ Arte" and the Roman Comedy, 333-350. (XXIII, April 1924)

Lawlor, H.J.: The Biblical text in Tundal’s Vision, 351-375. (XXIV, June 1924)


PRIA Volume XXXVII ( 1924-1927), Section C

Purser, Louis C.: Classical inscriptions at Shanganagh Castle, Co. Dublin, 1-34. (I, January 1925)

Purser, Olive: Ancient pottery at Shanganagh Castle, County Dublin, 36-52. (II, July 1925)

Starkie, W.: Carlo Goldoni and the "Commedia dell’ Arte", 53-86. (III, August 1925)

Seymour, St. John D.: Studies in the Vision of Tundal, 87-106. (IV, January 1926)

Seymour, St. John D.: Notes on apocrypha in Ireland, 107-117. (V, January 1926)

MacNeill, E. : The native place of St. Patrick, 118-140. (VI, March 1926)

Wood, Herbert : Letter from Domnal O’Neill to Fineen MacCarthy, 1317, 141-148. (VII, August 1926)

Gwynn, E.J.: Fragmentary annals from the west of Ireland, 149-157. (VIII, September 1926)

The Marquis Macswiney of Mashanaglass,: Notes on some Irish regiments in the service of Spain and of Naples in the eighteenth century, 158-174. (IX, January 1927)

Moss, Richard J.: A chemical examination of the crucibles in the collection of Irish antiquities in the Royal Irish Academy, 175-193. (X, January 1927)

Somerfelt, Alf: Munster vowels and consonants, 195-244. (XI, May 1927)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Some unsolved problems in Irish archaeology: an address delivered to to the Academy, 28th February, 1927, 245-262. (XII, June 1927)

Le Fanu, T.P.: Catalogue of Dean Swift’s library in 1715, with an inventory of his personal property in 1742, 263-275. (XIII, July 1927)

Curtis, Edmund: Unpublished letters from Richard II in Ireland, 1394–5, 276-303. (XIV, July 1927)

Seymour, St. J.D.: The vision of Adamnan, 304-312 (XV, December 1927)


PRIA Volume XXVIII (1928-1929), Section C

Ball, F. Elrington: Some notes on the households of the Dukes of Ormonde, 1-20. (I, February 1928)

Bremer, Walther: Notes on some objects in the national collection of Irish antiquities, 21-30. (II, March 1928)

The Marquis Macswiney of Mashanaglass: Notes on the history of the Book of Lecan, 31-50. (III, April 1928)

Wood, Herbert: The office of Secretary of State for Ireland and Keeper of the Signet or Privy Seal, 51-68. (IV, May 1928)

Macalister, R.A.S and Praeger ,R. Lloyd: Report on the excavation of Uisneach, 69-127. (V, November 1928)

Richardson, H.G. and Sayles, G.O.: The Irish parliaments of Edward I, 128-147. (VI, January 1929)

Hogan, James: The Tricha Cét and related land-measures, 148-235. (VII, August 1929)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Further notes on the Runic inscription in Killaloe Cathedral, 236-239. (VIII, September 1929)

Macalister, R.A.S.: On some antiquities discovered upon Lambay, 240-246. (IX, September 1929)

Macalister, R.A.S. and Praeger, R. Lloyd: Report on excavation recently conducted in Killeen Cormac, Co. Kildare, 247-261. (X, September 1929)


PRIA Volume XXXIX (1929-1931), Section C

Curtis, Edmund: Sheriffs’ accounts of the Honor of Dungarvan, of Tweskard in Ulster, and of County Waterford, 1261–63, 1-17. (I, November 1929)

Charlesworth, J.K. and Macalister, R.A.S.: The alleged Paleolithic implements of Sligo: a summary, 18-32. (II, April 1930)

MacNeill, Eoin: Archaisms in the ogham inscriptions, 33-53. (III, January 1931)

Macalister, R.A.S. and Praeger, R. Lloyd: The excavation of an ancient structure on the townland of Togherstown, Co. Westmeath, 54-83. (IV, March 1931)


PRIA Volume XL (1931-1932), Section C

The Marquess of Landsdowne: An early rental of the Lord of Lixnaw, 1-18. (I, August 1931)

Macalister, R.A.S.: A catalogue of the Irish traders’. tokens in the collection of the Royal Irish Academy, 19-185. (II, December 1931 )

Hogan, James: The Irish law of kingship, with special reference to Ailech and Cenél Eoghain, 186-254. (III, March 1932 )

Webster, Charles A.: The diocese of Ross and its ancient churches, 255-295. (IV, February 1932)

The Marquis Macswiney of Mashanaglass: Some unpublished letters of the Count d’Avaux in the National Library of Ireland, 296-307. (V, April 1932 )

Macalister, R.A.S. and Murray, Ruby M.: The excavation of a burial tumulus near Bunbrosna, Co. Westmeath, 308-311. (VI, April 1932)

Wood, Herbert: The muniments of Edmond de Mortimer, third earl of March, concerning his liberty of Trim, 312-355. (VII, May 1932 )

Meissner, John L. Gough: The British tradition of S. Patrick’s life, 356-384. (VIII, June 1932)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Note on the Runic inscription at Killaloe. Abstract of Minutes, Session 1930-31, 2-4.


PRIA Volume XLI (1932-1934), Section C

Gwynn, Aubrey: An Irish settlement on the Amazon (1612-1629), 1-54. (I, July 1932)

Clarke, Maude V.: William of Windsor in Ireland, 1369–1376, 55-130. (II, August 1932)

Meissner, John L. Gough: The place of S. Patrick’s captivity, 131-140. (III, August 1932)

Luce, A.A.: Some unpublished Berkeley letters with some new Berkeleiana, 141-161. (IV, April 1933)

Leask, H.G.: Inscribed stones recently discovered at Dowth tumulus, Co. Meath, 162-167. (V, April 1933)

Forbes, A.C.: Tree planting in Ireland during four centuries, 168-199. (VI, August 1933)

The Lady Dorothy Lowry-Corry: The stones carved with human effigies on Boa Island and on Lustymore Island in Lower Lough Erne, 200-204. (VII, September 1933)

Seymour, St. John D.: Three medieval poems from Kilkenny, 205-209. (VIII, September 1933)

Waterhouse, Gilbert : Goethe, Giesecke, and Dublin, 210-218. (IX, September 1933)

Seymour, St. John D.: The coarb in the medieval Irish Church, 219-231. (X, December 1933)

Hencken, H.O’Neill and Movius, Hallam L. Jr.: The cemetery cairn of Knockast, 232-284. (XI, March 1934)

Chart, D.A.: on protection of monuments in private possession in Northern Ireland. Abstract of minutes, Session 1931-32, 13-18.

Macalister, R.A.S.: An appendix to the report on recent discoveries on Lambay. Abstract of minutes, Session 1931-32, 19-21.

Mahr, A.: Bronze Age burial at Blackhill,e Co. Kildare. Abstract of minutes, Session 1931-32, 21-24.


PRIA Volume XLII (1934-1935), Section C

Bodkin, Thomas: Orazio and the other Grevenbroecks, 1-5. (I, February 1934)

Bodkin, T.: Variations on a pictorial theme by Marco Ricci, 6-10. (II, February 1934)

Mahr, A.: A wooden cauldron from Altartate, Co. Monaghan, 11-29. (III, May 1934)

Price, Liam: The ages of stone and bronze in County Wicklow, 31-64. (IV, May 1934)

Curtis, Edmund: Sheriff’s accounts for County Tipperary 1275–6, 65-95. (V, July 1934)

Luce, A.A.: Berkeley’s Bermuda project and his benefactions to American Universities, with unpublished letters and extracts from the Egmont papers, 97-120. (VI, August 1934)

Whelan, C. Blake: Studies in the significance of the Irish Stone Age: The Campignian question, 121-143. (VII, August 1934)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Recent acquisitions from County Donegal in the National Museum. With addendum: Chemical examination of ancient Irish bronze and silver objects, by K.C. Bailey), 145-191. (VIII, February 1935)

Ronan, Myles V.: A contemporary English transcript of the Analecta Sacra of David Rothe, Bishop of Ossory (1618–1650), 193-198. (IX, February 1935)

Tierney, M.: The Parodos in Aristophanes’ Frogs, 199-218. (X, March 1935)

Quinn, David B.: The Irish parliamentary subsidy in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, 219-246. (XI, July 1935)


PRIA Volume XLIII (1935-1937), Section C

Macalister, R.A.S.: The excavation of Kiltera, Co. Waterford, 1-16. (I, September 1935)

Movius, Hallam L. Jr.: A Neolithic site on the River Bann, 17-40. (II, February 1936)

Curtis, Edmund: Rental of the manor of Lisronagh, 1333, and notes on "Betagh" tenure in medieval Ireland, 41-76. (III, February 1936)

Leask, H.G. and Price, Liam: The Labbacallee megalith, Co. Cork, 77-101. (IV, January 1936)

Hencken, H. O’Neill: Ballinderry crannog No. 1, with sections by Gwyneth Harrington; H.L. Movius Jr. A.M.; A.W. Stelfox, M.R.I.A.; and Geraldine Roche, M.Sc., 103-239. (V, April 1936)

Tierney, M.: Aristotle and Menander, 241-254. (VI, March 1936)

Martin, C.P., Price, L and Mitchell, G.F.: On two short cist interments found at Ballybrew, Co. Wicklow, 255-270. (VII, September 1936)

Luce, A.A.: Two sermons by Bishop Berkeley, 271-290. (VIII, September 1936)

Waterhouse, G.: Sir Charles Giesecke’s autograph albums, 291-306. (IX, November 1936)

Lawlor, H.C.: Dunluce and its owners prior to the Norman invasion, 307-311. (X, November 1936)

Brooks, Eric St. John: Unpublished charters relating to Ireland, 1177–82, from the archives of the city of Exeter, 313-366. (XI, December 1936)

Parke, H.W.: On Inscriptiones Graecae, II2 , 207 (= I.G. II, 108), 367-378. (XII, December 1936)

Kilbride-Jones, H.E.: The evolution of penannular brooches with zoomorphic terminals in Great Britain and Ireland, 379-455. (XIII, April 1937)

Webster, Charles A.: Stephen Brown, a mediaeval Bishop of Ross. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1935-36, 16-18.


PRIA Volume XLIV (1937-1938), Section C

Gwynn, Aubrey: The sermon-diary of Richard Fitzralph, Archbishop of Armagh, 1-57. (I, October 1937)

Tierney, Michael: The Hippolytus of Euripides, 59-74. (II, December 1937)

Leyburn, Ellen Douglass: Bishop Berkeley: The Querist, 75-98. (III, December 1937)

Curtis, Edmund: The MacQuillan or Mandeville Lords of the Route, 99-113. (IV, January 1938)

Whelan C. Blake: Studies in the significance of the Irish Stone Age: the culture sequence, 115-137. (V, January 1938)

Price, Liam: The Place-names of the barony of Newcastle, County of Wicklow. Their early forms collected, 139-179. (VI, February 1938)

Maryon, Herbert: The technical methods of the Irish smiths in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages, 181-228. (VII, April 1938)

Stanford, W.B.: Traces of Sicilian influence in Aeschylus, 229-240. (VIII, May 1938)

Macalister, R.A.S.: The Ogham inscription at Maumanorig, Co. Kerry, 241-247. (IX, May 1938)

Macalister, R.A.S.: On an excavation conducted on Cro-Inis, Loch Ennell, 248-252. (X, May 1938)


PRIA Volume XLV (1939-1940), Section C

Evans, E. Estyn: Excavations at Carnanbane, County Londonderry: a double horned cairn, 1-12. (I, March 1938)

Macalister, R.A.S.: Recent epigraphic discoveries in Co. Kerry, 13-20. (II, April 1939)

Macalister, R.A.S.: A monument with Bronze-Age scribings in Co. Kerry, 21-23. (III, April 1939)

Power, Rev. P.: A decorated quern-stone, and its symbolism, 25-50. (IV, October 1939)

Beazley, J.D.: A Greek mirror in Dublin, 31-39. (V, November 1939)

Moody, T.W.: The Irish parliament under Elizabeth and James I: a general survey, 41-81. (VI, December 1939)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Excavations at Cush, Co. Limerick, 83-181. (VII, March 1940)

Gwynn, Aubrey: Ireland and the English nation at the Council of Constance, 183-233. (VIII, February 1940)

Chart, D.A.: Carrickfergus Castle: exploration, repair and other works at, 1928-39. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1938-39, 19-24.


PRIA Volume XLVI (1940-1941), Section C

Movius, Hallam L. Jr.: An early post-glacial archaeological site at Cushendun, County Antrim, 1-84. (I, August 1940)

Richardson, L.J.D.: Facilis iactura sepulchri, with a note on the character of Anchises in the Aeneid, 85-101. (II, July 1940)

Howells, W.W.: The early Christian Irish: the skeletons at Gallen Priory, 103-219. (III, March 1941)

Walshe, P.T.: The excavation of a burial cairn on Baltinglass Hill, Co. Wicklow, 221-236. (IV, February 1941)

Price. Liam: The place-names of the barony of Arklow, County of Wicklow, 237-286. (V, March 1941)

Mitchell, G.F., O’Leary, M. and Raftery, J.: On a bronze halberd from County Mayo and a bronze spearhead from County Westmeath, 287-298. (VI, April 1941)

Raftery, Joseph: Long stone cists of the Early Iron Age, 299-315. (VII, May 1941)


PRIA Volume XLVII (1941-1942), Section C

Hencken, H. O’Neill: Ballinderry Crannog No. 2, 1-76. (I, May 1942)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: The excavation of a large earthen ring-fort at Garranes, Co. Cork, 77-150. (II, February 1942)

Quinn, David B.: 'A Discourse of Ireland' (circa 1599): a sidelight on English colonial policy, 151-166. (III, February 1942)


PRIA Volume XLVIII (1942-1943), Section C

Duncan, G.A.: Movements of the rural population in southern Ireland. 1911–1936, 1-14. (I, June 1942)

Lewy, E.: Der Bau der europäischen Sprachen, 15-117. (II, August 1942)

Chart, D.A.: The break-up of the estate of Con O’Neill, Castlereagh, County Down, temp. James I, 119-151. (III, September 1942)

Bodkin, M.: Notes on the Irish parliament in 1773, 145-232. (IV, August 1942)

Went, A.E.J. : The Galway fishery. An account of the ownership of the fishery, 233-253. (V, August 1942)

Mitchell, G.F. and Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Early Bronze Age pottery from Rockbarton Bog, Co. Limerick, 255-272. (VI, October 1942)

Luce, A.A.: The purpose and date of Berkeley’s Commonplace Book, 273-289. (VII, February 1943)

Stanford, W.B.: A pun of Johannes Eriugena. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1942-43, 3-4.


PRIA Volume XLIX (1943-1944), Section C

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P. and Hartnett, P.J.: The excavation of Ballycatteen Fort, Co. Cork,

Quinn, David B.: Government printing and the publication of the Irish Statutes in the sixteenth century,

Macalister, R.A.S.: Preliminary report on the excavation of Knowth,

Tierney, James J.: The Miles Gloriosus and Greek new comedy,

Went, Arthur E.J.: The Galway fishery. An account of the modes of fishing together with notes on other matters connected with the fishery,

Waterhouse, Gilbert: 'Goethe, Giesecke, and Dublin—addenda'. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1943-44, 18-22.


PRIA Volume L (1944-1945), Section C

Mitchell, G.F. : The relative ages of archaeological objects recently found in bogs in Ireland, 1-19. (I, April 1945)

Tierney, James J.: Some Attic elements in Plautus, 21-61. (II, May 1945)


PRIA Volume LI (1945-1948), Section C

Leask, H.G. and Macalister, R.A.S. : Liathmore-Mochoemóg (Leigh), County Tipperary, 1-14. (I, March 1946)

Best, R.I.: On recent Irish studies in the Academy. An address delivered to the Academy, February 25, 1946, 15-34. (II, September 1946)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Roman material in Ireland, 35-82. (III, May 1947)

Luce, A.A.: A new Berkeley letter and the Endorsement, 83-87. (IV, August 1947)

Tierney, J.J.: The Senatus Consultum de Bacchanalibus, 89-117. (V, September 1947)


PRIA Volume 52 (1948-1950), Section C

Adams, G.B.: An introduction to the study of Ulster dialects, 1-26. (I, June 1948)

O’Carroll, Francis: A gamut for Irish melody. With an appendix by Felix E. Hackett, M.R.I.A., 27-38. (II, December 1948)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Lough Gur excavations: Carrig Aille and the ‘Spectacles’, 39-111. (III, September 1949)

O’Meara, John J.: Giraldus Cambrensis In topographia Hibernie. Text of the first recension, 113-178. (IV, August 1949)

Bieler, L.: Studies on the text of Muirchú—I. The text of manuscript, Novara 77, 179-220. (5, March 1950)


PRIA Volume 53 (1950-1951), Section C

Hencken, Hugh: Lagore crannog: an Irish royal residence of the 7th to 10th centuries A.D. With sections by Liam Price, M.R.I.A. and Laura E. Start, M.A., 1-247. (I, 1950)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Excavation of some earthworks on the Curragh, Co. Kildare, 249-277. (II, July 1950)

Hennig, John: Ireland’s place in the chivalresque literature of mediaeval Germany, 279-298. ( 3 , July 1950)

Adams, G.B.: Phonological notes on the English of South Donegal, 299-310. (4, September 1950)

Kilbride-Jones, H.E.: The excavation of a composite early Iron Age monument with "henge" features at Lugg, Co. Dublin, 311-332. (5, September 1950)


PRIA Volume 54 (1951-1952), Section C

Dillon, Myles: The taboos of the kings of Ireland, 1-36. (I, May 1951)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: Lough Gur excavations: the great stone circle (B) in Grange townland, 37-74. (2, November 1951)

Kilbride-Jones, H.E.: Double horned cairn at Cohaw, County Cavan, 75-88. (3, December 1951)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P. and MacDermott, Máire: The excavation of a ring-fort at Letterkeen, Co. Mayo, 89-119. (4, April 1952)

O’Kelly, M.J.: Excavation of a cairn at Moneen, Co. Cork, 121-159. (5, April 1952)

Brooks, E. St. J.: (Swifteana from) Brett’s Miscellany. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1950-51, 21-24.


PRIA Volume 55 (1952-1953), Section C

Sayles, G.O.: Ecclesiastical process and the parsonage of Stabannon in 1351. A study of the medieval Irish church in action, 1-23. (1, March 1952)

O’Kelly, Michael J.: Three promontory forts in Co. Cork, 25-59. (2, May 1952)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P. and de Valera, Ruaidhrí: Excavation of a megalithic tomb at Ballyedmonduff, Co. Dublin, 61-81. (3, December 1952)

Murphy, Gerard: The Lament of the Old Woman of Beare, 83-109. (4, February 1953)

Hughes, Kathleen: A manuscript of Sir James Ware: British Museum Additional 4788, 111-116. (5, April 1953)

Bieler, Ludwig: The Hymn of St. Secundinus, 117-127. (6, July 1953)


PRIA Volume 56 (1953-1954), Section C

Movius, Hallam L. Jr.: Curran Point, Larne, County Antrim: the type site of the Irish Mesolithic. With sections by Knud Jessen, W.S. Benninghof (Mrs.), N.F.McMillan, Arthur Earland and Mme. Paul Lemoine. 1-194. (1, October 1953)

Hennig, John: Studies in the literary tradition of the "Martyrologium Poeticum", 197-226. (2, February 1954)

Sayles, G.O.: Contemporary sketches of the members of the Irish Parliament in 1782, 227-286. (3, March 1954)

Brooks, E. St. John: Irish daughter houses of Glastonbury, 287-295. (4, March 1954)

Ó Ríordáin, Seán. P.: Lough Gur excavations: Neolithic and Bronze Age houses on Knockadoon, 297-459. (5, October 1954)

Kilbride-Jones, H.E.: The excavation of an unrecorded Megalithic tomb on Kilmashogue Mountain, Co. Dublin, 461-479. (6, October 1954)

Mitchell, G.F.: A Pollen-Diagram from Lough Gur, County Limerick (Studies in Irish quaternary deposits: No. 9), 481-488. (7, November 1954)


PRIA Volume 57 (1955-1956), Section C

Szövérffy, J.: Gaude Roma… marginal notes on some St. Peter sequences attributed to Adam of St. Victor, 1-27. (1, May 1955)

Kearney, H.F.: The Court of wards and liveries in Ireland, 1622–1641, 29-68. (2, July 1955)

Adams, G.B.: The phonology of the Antrim dialect, 69-152. (3, January 1956)

Hunt, John: On two "D"-shaped bronze objects in the St. Germain museum, 153-157. (4, February 1956)

0’Kelly, Michael J.: An island settlement at Beginish, Co. Kerry, 159-194. (5, February 1956)


PRIA Volume 58 (1956-1957), Section C

Sheldon-Williams, I.P.: An epitome of Irish provenance of Erivgena’s De divisione naturae, (MS. Bodl. Auct. F.3.15.), 1-20. (1, June 1956)

Brooks Eric St.J.: Irish possessions of St. Thomas of Acre, 21-44. (2, June 1956)

Henry, F.: Early monasteries, beehive huts, and dry-stone houses in the neighbourhood of Caherciveen and Waterville (Co. Kerry), 45-166. (3, February 1957)

MacDermott, Máire: The crosiers of St. Dympna and St. Mel and tenth-century Irish metal-work, 167-195. (4, February 1957)

Hartnett, P.J.: Excavation of a passage grave at Fourknocks, Co. Meath, 197-277. (5, May 1957)


PRIA Volume 59 (1957-1959), Section C

Johnston, Edith M. The state of the Irish House of Commons in 1791, 1-56. (1, March 1957)

O’Kelly, Michael J.: Church Island near Valencia, Co. Kerry, 57-136. (2, April 1958)

Gleeson, G. & MacAirt, S.: The Annals of Roscrea, 137-180. (3, September 1958)

Bieler, L.: Studies on the text of Muirchú—II The Vienna fragments and the tradition of Muirchú’s text, 181-195. (4, January 1959)


PRIA Volume 60 (1959-1960), Section C

Raftery, Joseph: A travelling-man’s gear of Christian times, 1-8. (1, April 1959)

de Valera, R.: The court cairns of Ireland, 9-140. (2, February 1960)

Johnson, James H.: Population movements in County Derry during a pre-famine year, 141-162. (3, December 1959)

Lamont, W.D.: The Islay Charter of 1408, 163-187. (4, January 1960)

Tierney, J.J.: The Celtic ethnography of Posidonius, 189-275. (5, March 1960)


PRIA Volume 61 (1960-1961), Section C

Ó Cuív, Brian: A Contemporary account in Irish of a nineteenth century tithe affray, 1-21. (1, July 1960)

Henry, Françoise: Remarks on the decoration of three Irish psalters, (British Museum, Cotton MS. Vitellius F.XI, St. John's College, Cambridge, MS. C.9 (I.59), Rouen, Bibliothèque Municipale, MS. 24 (A.41)), 23-40. (2, August 1960)

Stephens, N., and Collins, A.E.P.: The quaternary deposits at Ringneill Quay and Ardmillan, Co. Down, 41-77. (3, September 1960)

Raftery, Joseph: A Bronze Age tumulus at Corrower, Co. Mayo, 79-93. (4, September 1960)

Lionard, Pádraig.: Early Irish grave slabs, 95-169. (5, July 1961)

Morrison, M.E.S.: The palynology of Ringneill Quay, a new Mesolithic site in Co. Down, Northern Ireland, 171-182. (6, August 1961)


PRIA Volume 62 (1961-1963), Section C

Furlong, E.J.: Two notes on Berkeley’s Philosophical Commentaries, 1-8. (1, December 1961)

Hand, Geoffrey J.: Procedure without writ in the court of the Justiciar of Ireland, 9-20. (2, March 1962)

Ó Conbhuí, Rev. C.: The lands of St. Mary’s Abbey, Dublin, 21-84. (3, May 1962)

Richardson, H.G. and Sayles, G.O.: Irish revenue 1278–1384, 87-100. (4, May 1962)

Henry, F. and Marsh Micheli, G.L.: A century of Irish illumination (1070–1170), 101-164. (5, June 1962)

Hillgarth, J.N.: Visigothic Spain and Early Christian Ireland, 167-194. (6, August 1962)

Went, A.E.J.: Historical notes on the oyster fisheries of Ireland, 195-223. (7, August 1962)


PRIA Volume 63 (1962-1964), Section C

Nicol, D.M.: The Greeks and the union of the churches. The report of Ogerius, protonotarius of Michael VIII Palaiologos, in 1280, 1-16 (1, September 1962).

O’Kelly, Michael J.: Two ring-forts at Garryduff, Co. Cork, 17-125. (2, January 1963)

Cousens, S.H.: The regional variation in mortality during the Great Irish Famine, 127-149. (3, February

Tierney, J.J.: The map of Agrippa, 151-166. (4, April 1963)

Werckmeister, O.K.: Three problems of tradition in pre-Carolingian figure style. From Visigothic to Insular illumination, 167-189. (5, September 1963)

Went, Arthur E.J.: The pursuit of salmon in Ireland, 191-244. (6, February 1964)

Rynne, Etienne: Some destroyed sites at Shannon Airport, County Clare, 245-277. (7, August 1964)


PRIA Volume 64 (1965-1966), Section C

Bieler, Ludwig: The Text tradition of Dicuil’s Liber de mensura orbis terrae, 1-31. (1, March 1965)

Bliss, A.J.: The inscribed slates at Smarmore, 33-60. (2, June 1965)

Rynne, Etienne and Ó hÉailidhe, Pádraig: A group of prehistoric sites at Piperstown, Co. Dublin, 61-84. (3, July 1965)

Cousens, S.H.: The restriction of population growth in pre-famine Ireland, 85-99. (4, March 1966)

Archaeological Exploration Committee: report, including Behy (court cairn, Mayo), Knowth, Lurgankeel (motte & bailey, Louth), Newgrange. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1964-65, 34-37.


PRIA Volume 65 (1966-1967), Section C

Lydon, J.F.: Three exchequer documents. from the reign of Henry the Third, 1-27. (1, July 1966)

Gardiner, M.J. and Walsh, T.: Comparison of soil materials buried since Neolithic times with those of the present day, 29-35. (2, July 1966)

Stenberger, Mårten: A. ring-fort at Raheennamadra, Knocklong, Co. Limerick, 37-54. (3, August 1966)

Treadwell, V.: The Irish parliament of 1569–71, 55-89. (4, December 1966)

Went, Arthur E.J and Ó Súilleabháin, Seán: Fishing for the sun-fish or basking shark in Irish waters, 91-115. (5, March 1967)

Oskamp, H.P.A.: Notes on the history of Lebor na hUidre, 117-137. (6, November 1967)

Archaeological Exploration Committee: report,—Knowth, Bavan (court cairn, Donegal), Coom (wedge-tomb, Kerry), and Newgrange. Minutes of proceedings, Session 1965-66, 36-40.


PRIA Volume 66 (1967-1968), Section C

Carrigan, E.: Structure and thematic development in Beowulf, 1-51. (1, November 1967)

Liversage, G.D.: Excavations at Dalkey Island, Co. Dublin 1956–1959, 53-233. (2, February 1966)

Dolley, R.H.M.: The Irish mints of Edward I in the light of the coin-hoards from Ireland and Great Britain, 235-297. (3, January 1968)

Eogan, G.: Excavations at Knowth, Co. Meath 1962–65, 299-400. (4, July 1968)

Otway—Ruthven, A.J.: The partition of the. de Verdon lands in Ireland in 1332, 401-455. (5, April 1968)

Archaeological Exploration Committee: report,—Knowth, Shalwy (court cairn, Donegal) and Newgrange. Annual report for the year ending 16th March 1967, 22-25.


PRIA Volume 67 (1968-1969), Section C

Stanford, W.B.: On the zeta/sigma-delta variation in the dialect of Theocritos; a literary approach, 1-8. (1, June 1968)

Herity, M.; Evans, E.E. & Megaw, B.R.S.: The ‘Larne’ material in Lord Antrim’s collection at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 9-34. (2, October 1968)

Harbison, P.: Catalogue of Irish Early Bronze Age associated finds containing copper and bronze, 35-91. (3, December 1968)

Eogan, G.: ‘Lock-rings’ of the Late Bronze Age, 93-148. (4, March 1969)

Cullen, L.M.: The smuggling trade in Ireland in the eighteenth century, 149-175. (5, March 1969)

Archaeological Exploration Committee: report,—Knowth, Shalwy (court cairn, Donegal), Coomatloukane (wedge tomb, Kerry) and Newgrange. Annual Report 1967-68, 21-25.


PRIA Volume 68 (1969), Section C

Raftery, Barry: Freestone Hill, Co. Kilkenny: an Iron Age hillfort and Bronze Age cairn, 1-108. (1, December 1969)

De Paor, Liam: Excavations at Mellifont Abbey, Co. Louth, 109-164. (2, December 1969)

Archaeological Exploration Committee: report,—Knowth, Dunboy Castle (Cork), Shalwy (court cairn, Donegal), Liathmore-Mochoemóg (mediaeval monastic site, Tipperary), Ballyglass (court cairn, Mayo) and Newgrange. Annual Report 1968-69, 16-22.


PRIA Volume 69 (1970), Section C

Rae, E.C.: The Rice monument in Waterford Cathedral, 1-43. (1, February 1970)

Tuck, Anthony: Anglo-Irish relations 1382–1393, 15-31. (2, March 1970)

Tipton, Charles L.: The Irish Hospitallers during the Great Schism, 33-43. (3, June 1970)

Hennig, J.: Studies in the Latin texts of the Martyrology of Tallaght, of Félire Oengusso and of Félire húi Gormain, 45-112. (4, July 1970)

Archaeological Exploration Committee: report,—Breany (ringfort, Longford), Behy (court cairn, Mayo), Knowth, Dunboy Castle (Cork), Shalwy & Croaghbeg (court cairns, Donegal), Liathmore-Mochoemóg (mediaeval monastic site, Tipperary), Carrownaglogh & Behy (prehistoric enclosures under peat, Mayo), Ballyglass (court cairn, Mayo), Rathgall (hillfort, Wicklow), Carrowbrack (mound, Mayo), and Rinmore (non-archaeological), Galway. Annual Report 1969-70, 16-27.


PRIA Volume 70 (1970), Section C

Waterhouse, G.: Sir Charles Giesecke’s autograph albums, 1-2.

Weingreen, J.: A new approach to Old Testament studies, 3-12.

Stanford, W.B.: Towards a history classical influences in Ireland, 13-91. (1 December 1970)


PRIA Volume 71 (1971), Section C

Hand, G.: Two hitherto unpublished membranes of Irish petitions presented at the Midsummer parliament of 1302 and the Lent parliament of 1305, 1-18. (1)

Dolley, Michael and Goddard, K.A.: The A.N. spellings ‘Stifne’, ‘Stefne’ and ‘Stiefne’ found in the obverse legends of English coins of Stephen’s first substantive type, 19-34. (2)

Hartnett, P.J.: The excavation of two tumuli at Fourknocks (Sites II and III), Co. Meath, 35-89. (3)

Roberts, Jane: A metrical examination of the poems Guthlac A and Guthlac B, 91-137. (4)

Johnston, Edith M.: Members of the Irish parliament 1784–7, 139-246. (5)

Cross, J.E.: ‘De signis et prodigiis’ in Versus Sancti Patricii episcopi de mirabilibus Hibernie, 247-254. (6)

Interim reports on excavations financed by grants recommended by the Academy's Archaeological Exploration committee. Appendix II of the Annual Report, 1970-1971, 32-42.


PRIA Volume 72 (1972), Section C

Smyth, A.P.: The earliest Irish annals: their first contemporary entries, and the earliest centres of Recording, 1-48. (1)

MacWhite, Eóin: Thomas Moore and Poland, 49-62. (2)

Bliss, A.J.: Languages in contact: some problems of Hiberno-English, 63-82. (3)

O’Dwyer, B.W.: The annals of Connacht and Loch Cé and the monasteries of Boyle and Holy Trinity, 83-101. (4)

Round, Nicholas G.: The Mediaeval reputation of the Proverbia Senecae: a partial survey based on recorded MSS, 103-152. (5)

Raftery, Joseph: Aspects of George Petrie. I. George Petrie 1789–1866: a re-assessment, 153-157. (6)

Greene, David: Aspects of George Petrie. II.—George Petrie and the collecting of Irish manuscripts, 158-161. (7)

Dolley, Michael: Aspects of George Petrie. III.—George Petrie and a century of Irish numismatics, 165-193. (8)

Fleischmann, Aloys: Aspects of George Petrie. IV.—Petrie’s contribution to Irish music, 195-218. (9)

Petrie, George: Aspects of George Petrie, V.—An essay on military architecture in Ireland previous to the English invasion. Notes and explanatory appendix by D.J.S. O'Malley, 219-269. (10)

Malcolmson, A.P.W.: John Foster and the speakership of the Irish House of Commons, 271-303. (11)


PRIA Volume 73 (1973), Section C

McCourt, D.: Innovation diffusion in Ireland: an historical case study, 1-19. (1)

Bateson, J.D.: Roman material from Ireland: a re-consideration, 21-97. (2)

Went, Arthur E.J.: The Cunningham medal of the Royal Irish Academy, 99-105. (3)

Ryan, M. Fitzg.: The excavation of a Neolithic burial mound at Jerpoint West, Co. Kilkenny, 107-127. (4)

O’Brien, A.F.: Episcopal elections, in Ireland, c. 1254–72, 129-176. (5)

Boyle, P.: The text of St. Luke’s Gospel in the Book of Mulling, 177-200. (6)

McNamara, Martin: Psalter text and Psalter study in the Early Irish Church (A.D. 600–1200), 201-296. (7)

Dumville, D.N.: Biblical apocrypha and the Early Irish: a preliminary investigation, 299-338. (8)

Johnston, A. W.: A catalogue of Greek vases in public collections in Ireland, 339-506. (9)

Kavanagh, Rhoda M.: The Encrusted Urn in Ireland, 507-617. (10)

Ryan, Michael: Native pottery in Early Historic Ireland, 619-645. (11)

Kennedy, Kieran A.: The role of social science in relation to public policy, 647-668. (12)

Kennedy, K.A.; Walsh, B.M. & Ebrill, L.P.: The demand for beer and spirits in Ireland, 669-711. (13)


PRIA Volume 74 (1974), Section C

Raftery, Barry: A decorated Iron Age horse-bit fragment from Ireland, 1-10. (1)

Eogan, George: Report on the excavations of some passage graves, unprotected inhumation burials and a settlement site at Knowth, Co. Meath, 2-112. (2)

Burke, Nuala: Dublin’s north-eastern city wall: Early reclamation at the Poddle-Liffey confluence, 113-132. (3)

Andrews, J.H.: The maps of the escheated counties of Ulster, 1609–10, 133-170. (4)

Kilbride-Jones, H.E.: The excavation of a cairn with kennel-hole entrance at Corracloona, Co. Leitrim, 171-182. (5)

Murphy, A.B.: Aspectual usage of the present tense in Serbo-Croat, 183-236. (6)

Woodman, P.C.: The chronological position of the latest phases of the Larnian, 237-258. (7)

Berman, David: Francis Hutcheson on Berkeley and the Molyneux problem, 259-265. (8)

Rynne, Etienne: Excavations at "Madden’s Hill", Kiltale, Co. Meath, 267-275. (9)

Raftery , Barry: A prehistoric burial Baunogenasraid, Co. Carlow, 277-312. (10)

Wijngaarden-Bakker, Louise, H. VAN.: The animal remains from the Beaker settlement at Newgrange, Co. Meath: first report, 313-383. (11)


PRIA Volume 75 (1975), Section C

Minnis, A.J.: "Authorial intention" and "literal sense" in the exegetical theories of Richard FitzRalph and John Wyclif: an essay in the medieval history of Biblical hermeneutics, 1-31. (1)

Dahrendorf, Ralf: Science, policy and science policy, 33-44. (2)

Christophersen, Paul: Has linguistics a part to play in the teaching of foreign 1anguages at university level? Some points suggested by the teaching of English as a foreign language, 45-59. (3)

Cooke, A.B.: A Conservative party leader in Ulster: Sir Stafford Northcote’s diary of a visit to the province, October 1883, 61-84. (4)

Berman, David : Anthony Collins and the question of atheism in the early part of the eighteenth century, 85-102. (5)

Fanning, T. and Hurst, J.G.: A mid seventeenth-century pottery group and other objects from Ballyhack Castle, Co. Wexford, 103-118. (6)

Hennig, J.: The notes on non-Irish Saints in the manuscripts of Félire Oengusso, 119-159. (7)

Empey, C.A. and Simms, Katharine: The ordinances of the White Earl and the problem of coign in the later Middle Ages, 161-187. (8)

Williams, Leslie L.: A Rouen book of hours of the Sarum use, c. 1444, belonging to Thomas, Lord Hoo, Chancellor of Normandy and France, 189-212. (9)

Hillery, P.J.: European social policies: problems and prospects, 213-221. (10)

Graham, B.J.: Anglo-Norman settlement in County Meath, 223-248. (11)

Sanderlin, Sarah: The date and provenance of the "Litany of Irish Saints—II" (The Irish litany of pilgrim saints), 251-261. (12)

Long, Joseph: Dermot and the earl: who wrote "the song"? 263-272. (13)


PRIA Volume 76 (1976), Section C

Weingreen, J.: The concepts of retaliation and compensation in biblical law, 1-11. (1)

Longfield, A.K. (Mrs. Leask): Irish linen for Spain and Portugal: James Archbold’s letters 1771–79, 13-22. (2)

Sweetman, P. David: An earthen enclosure at Monknewtown, Slane, Co. Meath, 25-73. (3)

Hanson, R.P.C.: Eucharistic offering in the pre-Nicene Fathers, 75-95. (4)

Fanning, Thomas: Excavations at Clontuskert Priory, Co. Galway, 97-169. (5)

Colloquium on Hiberno-Roman relations and material remains:

Bateson, J.D.: Further finds of Roman material from Ireland, 171-180. (6)

Dolley, Michael: Roman coins from Ireland and the date of St. Patrick, 181-190. (7)

Fowler, P.J.: Small settlements and their context in Western Britain first to fifth centuries A.D., 191-206. (8)

Killeen, J.F.: Ireland in the Greek and Roman writers, 207-215. (9)

Lloyd-Morgan, Glenys: A note on some Celtic discs from Ireland and the province of Lower Germany, 217-222. (10)

Rahtz, Philip: Irish settlements in Somerset, 223-230. (11)

Rynne, Etienne: The La Tène and Roman finds from Lambay, County Dublin: a re-assessment, 231-244. (12)

Thomas, Charles: Imported Late-Roman Mediterranean pottery in Ireland and western Britain: chronologies and implications, 245-265. (13)

Tierney, J.J.: The Greek geographic tradition and Ptolemy’s evidence for Irish geography, 257-265. (14)

Warner, R.B.: Some observations on the context and importation of exotic material in Ireland, from the first century B.C. to the second century A.D., 267-292. (15)

Kavanagh, R.M.: Collared and cordoned cinerary urns in Ireland, 293-403. (16)


PRIA Volume 77 (1977), Section C

Sainty, J.C.: The secretariat of the Chief Governors of Ireland, 1690–1800, 1-33. (1)

Carson, R.A.G. and O’Kelly, Claire: A catalogue of the Roman coins from Newgrange, Co. Meath and notes on the coins and related finds, 35-55. (2)

Kissane, D.N.: Uita Metrica Santae Brigidae: A critical edition with introduction, commentary and indexes, 57-192. (3)

O’Connor, R.: Economics and the environment, 193-211. (4)

Dolley, Michael, & Talvio, Tuukka: A little-known contribution to Hiberno-Norse numismatics of Otto Alcenius (1838–1913), 213-221. (5)

Pollard, M.: White paper-making in Ireland in the 1690s, 223-234. (6)

Cox, R.F.: "Comparison and Analysis" revisited: reflections on some aspects of critical discourse, 235-249. (7)

Hanson , R.P.C.: The D-Text of St. Patrick’s Confession: original or reduction? 251-256. (8)

Murphy, B.: A Handaxe from Dun Aenghus, Inishmore, Aran Islands, Co. Galway, 257-259. (8)

Froggatt, P.: Sir William Wilde, 1815–1876. A centenary appreciation. Wilde's place in medicine, 261-278. (10)

Faris, J.A.: Charles Sanders Peirce, philosopher and logician 1839–1914, 279-300. (11)

Scott, B.G.: Metallographic study of some early iron tools and weapons from Ireland, 301-317. (12)


PRIA Volume 78 (1978), Section C

Luce, J.V.: The polis in Homer and Hesiod, 1-15. (1)

Ellis, S. G.: The struggle for control of the Irish mint, 1460–c. 1506, 17-36. (2)

Wagner, H.: The typological background of the ergative construction, 37-74. (3)

Ó Nualláin, S.: Boulder-burials, 75-114. (4)

Horner, A. A.: Two eighteenth-century maps of Carlow town, 115-126. (5)

Sweetman, P. David: Archaeological excavations at Trim Castle, Co. Meath, 1971–74, 127-198. (6)

Kelly, M. : Louis Althusser and the problems of a Marxist theory of structure, 199-212. (7)

Scott, B. G.: Iron ‘slave-collars’ from Lagore crannog, Co. Meath, 213-230. (8)

Huxley, G. L.: Simonides and his world, 231-247. (9)
O’Kelly, M. J.; Lynch, Frances & O’Kelly, Claire: Three passage-graves at Newgrange, Co. Meath, 249-352. (10)


PRIA Volume 79 (1979), Section C

Roebuck, P.: The making of an Ulster great estate: the Chichesters, barons of Belfast and viscounts of Carrickfergus, 1599–1648, 1-25. (1)

Herren, M.: Some light on the life of Virgilius Maro Grammaticus, 27-71. (2)

Huxley, G. L.: Historical criticism in Aristotle’s Homeric Questions, 73-81. (3)

Ó hAodha, D.: The Irish version of Statius’ Achilleid, 83-138. (4)

Hendrick, P. J.: Montaigne, Lucretius and scepticism: an interpretation of the Apologie de Raimond Sebond, 139-152. (5)

Bartlett, Thomas: Viscount Townshend and the Irish Revenue Board, 1767–73, 153-175. (6)

Harbison, P.: The inscriptions on the Cross of the Scriptures at Clonmacnois, County Offaly, 177-188. (7)

O’Neill, T.: Greek and Italian, Prose or Poetry: Ugo Foscolo and Dei Sepolcri, 189-203. (8)

Jones, M.R.: Industrialisation and the emergence of realism in nineteenth-century German prose, 205-216. (9)

Sweetman, P. David: Archæological excavations at Ferns Castle, Co. Wexford, 217-245. (10)

Phillips, J. R. S.: Documents on the early stages of the Bruce invasion of Ireland, 1315–1316, 247-270. (11)

PRIA Volume 80 (1980), Section C

Patterson, H.: Independent Orangeism and class conflict in Edwardian Belfast: a reinterpretation, 1-27. (1)

Huxley, G. L.: The scholarship of Constantine Porphyrogenitus, 29-40. (2)

Huxley, G. L.: On the Greek Martyrium of the Negranites, 41-55. (3)

Huxley, G. L.: Aristotle, Las Casas and the American Indians, 57-68. (4)

Stanford, W. B.: The manuscripts of Lord Charlemont’s eastern travels, 69-90. (5)

Cartledge, P. A.: The peculiar position of Sparta in the development of the Greek city-state, 91-108. (6)

MacWhite, Eóin: Towards a biography of Father Vladimir S. Pecherin (1807–1885)—a progress report and bibliography, 109-158. (7)

Horner, A.A.: Population distribution and the location of airports in Ireland, 159-185. (8)

Huxley, G.L.: Hagiography and the first Byzantine Iconoclasm, 187-206. (9)

Brindley, Anna L.: The Cinerary Urn Tradition in Ireland—an alternative interpretation, 197-206. (10)

Sweetman, P. David: Archæological excavations at King John’s Castle, Limerick, 207-229. (11)

Andrews, J.H.: Science and cartography in the Ireland of William and Samuel Molyneux, 231-250. (12)

Scott, D.H.T.: Baudelaire’s Transpostion d’art’ poetry, 251-262. (13)

Stalley, R.A.: Mellifont Abbey: a study of its architectural history, 263-354. (14)


PRIA Volume 81 (1981), Section C

Stevens, K.: Some aspects of the metre of the Old English poem Andreas . . . 1-27. (1)

Smith, A.G.; Gaskell Brown, Cynthia; Goddard, I.C.; Goddard, Adelaide; Pearson, G.W. & Dresser, P.Q.: Archaeology and environmental history of a barrow at Pubble, Loughermore Townland, County Londonderry, 29-66. (2)

Fanning, T.: Excavation of an Early Christian cemetery and settlement at Reask, County Kerry, 67-172. (3)

Cross, J. E.: The influence of Irish texts and traditions on the Old English Martyrology, 173-192. (4)

Sweetman, P. David:— Excavations of a medieval moated site at Rigsdale, County Cork, 1977–78, 193-205. (5)

Huxley, G. L.: On the erudition of George the Synkellos, 207-217. (6)

Berman David: Cognitive theology and emotive mysteries in Berkeley’s Alciphron, 219-229. (7)

Dover K. J.: Thucydides’ historical judgment: Athens and Sicily, 231-238. (8)

Ó Cuív Brian: Medieval Irish scholars and classical Latin literature, 239-248. (9)

Sweetman, P. David: Some late seventeenth- to late eighteenth-century finds from Kilkenny Castle, 249-266. (10)

Loeber, R.: Sculptured memorials to the dead in early seventeenth-century Ireland: a survey from Monumenta Eblanae and other sources, 267-293. (11)

Barry, T. B.: Archaeological excavations at Dunbeg promontory fort, County Kerry, 1977, 295-329. (12)

Huxley, G. L.: Stories explaining origins of Greek proverbs, 331-343. (13)

Eogan, George: The gold Vessels of the Bronze age in Ireland and beyond, 345-382. (14)

Baumann, W.: Computer-assisted analysis of verse and rhyme in Goethe’s Urfaust, 383-395. (15)

Bradley J. & Manning C.: Excavations at Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny. With an appendix by D. Newman Johnson, 397-426. (16)


PRIA Volume 82 (1982), Section C

Barnard, T. C.: Sir William Petty as Kerry ironmaster, 1-32. (1)

Horner, A.A.: Potential hinterland populations and their regional variation in Ireland in 1971, 33-58. (2)

O’Brien, A.F.: The territorial ambitions of Maurice fitz Thomas, first earl of Desmond, with particular reference to the barony and manor of Inchiquin, Co. Cork, 59-88. (3)

Huxley, G.L.: Topics in Byzantine historical geography, 89-110. (4)

Sanderlin, Sarah: The manuscripts of the Annals of Clonmacnois, 111-123. (5)

Dickson, D.; Ó Gráda, C. & Daultrey, S.: Hearth tax, household size and Irish population change 1672–1821, 125-181. (6)

Huxley, G.L.: Problems in the Chronography of Eusebius, 183-196. (7)

Hunger, H.: State and society in Byzantium, 197-209. (8)

Berman, David: The repressive denials of atheism in Britain in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 211-246. (9)

Herity, M.: Irish decorated neolithic pottery, 247-404. (10)

Ó Cróinín, D.: A seventh-century Irish computus from the circle of Cummianus, 405-430. (11)


PRIA Volume 83 (1983), Section C

Huxley, G.L.: Herodotos on myth and politics in early Sparta, 1-16. (1)

Parker, A.J.: Localism and bailiwicks: the Galway West constituency in the 1977 General Election, 17-36. (2)

Breatnach, Pádraig A.: The Chief's Poet, 37-79. (3)

Ó Buachalla, Breandán: Na Stíobhartaigh agus an t-aos léinn: Cing Séamas, 81-134. (4)

O’Kelly, M.J. & O’Kelly, Claire: The tumulus of Dowth, County Meath, 135-190. (5)

Huxley, G.L.: Thucydides on the growth of Athenian power, 191-204. (6)

Andrews, J.H.: The oldest map of Dublin, 205-237. (7)

York, R.A.: Presuppositions and speech acts in Beckett’s Fin de partie, 239-250. (8)

Hanson, R.P.C.: The date and authorship of Pseudo-Anthimus De Sancta Ecclesia, 251-254. (9)

Kinahan, F.: Armchair folklore: Yeats and the textual sources of Fairy and folk tales of the Irish peasantry, 255-267. (10)

Ó Cuív, Brian: Observations on the Book of Lismore, 269-292. (11)

Donnelly, J.S.: Irish agrarian rebellion: the Whiteboys of 1769–76, 293-331. (12)

Neary, Anne: The origins and character of the Kilkenny witchcraft case of 1324, 333-350. (13)

Edwards, K.J.; Hamond, F.W. & Simms, A.: The medieval settlement of Newcastle Lyons, County Dublin: an interdisciplinary approach, 351-376. (14)

Maguire, W.A.: A resident landlord in his local setting: the second Marquis of Donegall at Ormeau, 1807—1844, 377-398. (15)

Mac Sweeney, Pauline: Harpsichord making in Ireland in the eighteenth century, 401-409. (16)


PRIA Volume 84 (1984), Section C

Ó Nualláin, Seán: A survey of stone circles in Cork and Kerry, 1-77. (1)

King, Heather A.: Late medieval crosses in County Meath c. 1470–1635, 79-115. (2)

Fitzgerald, Garret: Estimates for baronies of minimum level of Irish-speaking amongst successive decennial cohorts: 1771–1781 to 1861–1871, 117-155. (3)

Barry, T. B., Culleton, E. & Empey, C. A.: Kells motte, County Kilkenny, 157-170. (4)

Sweetman, P. D.: Archaeological excavations at Shop Street, Drogheda. Co. Louth, 171-224. (5)

Richardson, Brenda E.: Two English Francophiles: some French influences on fashionable Elizabethan fiction, 225-235. (6)

Manning, Conleth: The excavation of the Early Christian enclosure of Killederdadrum in Lackenavorna,. Co. Tipperary, 237-268. (7)

Bourke, Thomas E.: Heinrich von Kleist’s Prinz Friedrich von Homburg and the art of exposition, 269-280. (8)

Lynch, Ann: Excavations of the medieval town defences at Charlotte’s Quay, Limerick, 281-331. (9)

Scattergood, John: Skelton and the elegy, 333-347. (10)


PRIA Volume 85 (1985), Section C

Ó Buachalla, Breandán: The f-future in Modern Irish: a reassessment, 1-36.

Lucas, A. T.: Toghers or causeways: some evidence from archæological, historical and place-name sources, 37-60.

Manning, Conleth: A Neolithic burial mound at Ashleypark, Co. Tipperary, 61-100.

Barnard, T. C.: An Anglo-Irish industrial enterprise: iron-making at Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, 1657-1692, 101-144.

Bourke, Cormac: A crozier and bell from Inishmurray and their place in ninth-century Irish archaeology, 145-168.

Gorman, Vincent: Richard, duke of York, and the development of an Irish faction, 169-170.

Harbison, Peter: Three miniatures in the Book of Kells, 181-194.

Sweetman, P. David: A Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age pit circle at Newgrange, Co. Meath, 195-221.

Orton, Peter: An approach to WuIf and Eadwacer, 223-258.

Treadwell, Victor: Sir John Perrot and the Irish parliament of 1585–6, 259-308.


PRIA Volume 86 (1986), Section C

Gillespie, John H.: The role of Christian symbolisrn in Le Roi des aulnes, 1-15. (1)

Van Wijngaarden-Bakker, Louise H.: The animal remains from the Beaker settlement at Newgrange, Co. Meath: final report, 17-111. (2)

O’Brien, Gerard: Workhouse management in pre-Famine Ireland, 113-134. (3)

Manning, Conleth: Archæological excavation of a succession of enclosures at Millockstown, Co. Louth, 135-181. (4)

Halpin, Andrew: Irish medieval swords c. 1170-1600, 183-230. (5)

Doherty, Francis: An eighteenth-century intellectual friendship: letters of Richard Lovell Edgeworth and the Wedgwoods, 231-269. (6)

Bric, Maurice J.: The tithe system in eighteenth-century Ireland, 271-288. (7)

Torrance, Marie-Christiane: Some Russian attitudes to France in the period of the Napoleonic wars as revealed by Russian rnernoirs (1807-14), 289-303. (8)


PRIA Volume 87 (1987), Section C

Sweetman, P. David: Archaeological excavations at Abbeyknockmoy, Co. Galway, l-12. (1)

Clarkson, L.A.: The demography of Carrick-on-Suir, 1799, 13-36. (2)
Manning, Conleth: Excavation at Moyne graveyard, Shrule, Co. Mayo, 37-70. (3)

Breen, Aidan: The evidence of antique Irish exegesis in Pseudo-Cyprian, De duodecim abusivis saeculi, 71-101. (4)

Herity, Michael: The finds from Irish court tombs, 103-281. (5)

Sweetman, P. David: Excavation of a Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age site at Newgrange, Co. Meath, 283-298. (6)

Grogan, Eoin & Eogan, George: Lough Gur excavations by Seán P. Ó Ríordáin: further Neolithic and Beaker habitations on Knockadoon, 299-506. (7)

Kenny, Michael: The geographical distribution of Irish Viking-age coin hoards, 507-525. (8)

Brockliss, L.W.B. & Ferté, P.: Irish clerics in France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: a statistical study, 527-572. (9)

McNamara, Martin: The inverted Eucharistic formula conversio corporis Christi in panem et sanguinis in vinum: the exegetical and liturgical background in Irish usage, 573-593. (10)


PRIA Volume 88 (1988), Section C

Wasserstein, David: The creation of Adam and the Apocrypha in early Ireland, l-17. (1)

Graham, B. J.: Medieval settlement in County Roscommon, l9-38. (2)

Ó Buachalla, Breandán: MacNeill’s Law and the plural marker -(e)an, 39-60. (3)

Malcomson, A.P.W.: A lost natural leader: John James Hamilton, first marquess of Abercorn (1756– 1818), 61-86. (4)

Blair, Claude & Delamer, Ida: The Dublin civic swords, 87-142. (5)

Lucas, Peter J.: Some aspects of Genesis B as Old English verse, 143-178. (6)

Ó Nualláin, Sean: Stone rows in the south of Ireland, 179-256. (7)

Smith, Brendan: The concept of the march in medieval Ireland: the case of Uriel, 257-269. (8)

McMahon, Mary: Archaeological excavations at the site of the Four Courts extension, Inns Quay, Dublin, 271-319. (9)

Breen, Thaddeus C.: Excavation of a roadway at Bloomhill Bog, County Offaly, 321-339. (10)

Dunlevy, Mairead: .A classification of early Irish combs, 341-422. (11)


PRIA Volume 89 (1989), Section C

Murray, James: Archbishop Alen, Tudor reform and the Kildare rebellion, l-16. (1)

Kelly, Patrick: Perceptions of Locke in eighteenth-century Ireland, 17-35. (2)

Ó Maolfabhail, Art: An tSuirbhéireacht Ordanáis agus Logainmneacha na hÉireann 1824–34, 37-66. (3)

Hanson, R.P.C.: The Profession of Patricius and Aetius, 67-70. (4)

Foley, Claire: Excavation at a medieval settlement site in Jerpointchurch townland, County Kilkenny, 71-126. (5)

Stevenson, Jane: The beginnings of literacy in Ireland, 127-165. (6)

Johnston, Edith Mary: Managing an inheritance: Colonel J. C. Wedgewood, the History of parliament and the lost history of the Irish parliament, 167-186. (7)


PRIA Volume 90 (1990), Section C

Twohig, Dermot C.: Excavation of three ring-forts at Lisduggan North, County Cork, 1-33. (1)

Sheehan, Anthony: Irish revenues and English subventions, 1559-1622, 35-65. (2)

Scaife, B. K. P.: James Mac Cullagh, M.R.I.A., F.R.S., 1809-47, 67-106. (3)

Breen, Aidan: The text of the Constantinopolitan creed in the Stowe missal, 107-121. (4)

Hall, Valerie A.: Ancient agricultural activity at Slieve Gullion, Co. Armagh: the palynological and documentary evidence, 123-134. (5)

Stalley, Roger: European art and the Irish high crosses, 135-158. (6)

Egan-Buffet, Máire, and Fletcher, Alan J.: The Dublin Visitatio sepulcri play, 159-241. (7)

de Courcy, John W.: A bridge in its time: the River Liffey crossing at Church Street in Dublin, 243-257. (8)

O'Connell, Michael: Early land use in north-east County Mayo-the palaeoecological evidence, 259-279. (9)

Ryan, Michael: The formal relationships of insular early medieval eucharistic chalices, 281-356. (10)

Clarke, Aidan: Colonial constitutional attitudes in Ireland, 1640-60, 357-375. (12)


PRIA Volume 91 (1991), Section C

O'Hara, James G.: Leibniz and the Jacobite War: reports and reflections on the Battle of the Boyne and events in Ireland, 1689-91, 1-20. (1)

Breen, Aidan: Iohannes Scottus, Periphyseon: the problems of an edition, 21-40. (2)

McMahon, Mary: Archaeological excavations at Bridge Street Lower, Dublin, 41-71. (3)

Ó Maolfabhail, Art: Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh, Seán Ó Donnabháin agus an tSuirbhéireacht Ordanáis 1830-4, 73-103. (4)

Eogan, George: Prehistoric and early historic culture change at Brugh na Bóinne, 105-132. (5)

Eogan, George: Irish Antiquities of the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Early Christian period in the National Museum of Denmark, 133-176. (6)

Harbison, Peter: Early Christian antiquities at Clonmore, Co. Carlow, 177-200. (7)

Stout, Matthew: Ringforts in the south-west midlands of Ireland, 201-243. (8)

Stout, Geraldine: Embanked enclosures of the Boyne region, 245-284. (9)

Ó Riain, Pádraig: The shrine of the Stowe Missal, redated, 285-295. (10)

Ellis, S.G.: Ionadaíocht i bparlaimint na hÉireann ag deireadh na meán-aoise, 297-302. (11)

Duffy, Seán: The 'Continuation' of Nicholas Trevet: a new source for the Bruce Invasion, 303-315. (12)


PRIA Volume 92 (1992), Section C

Kenny, Colum: Paradox or pragmatist? 'Honest' Tristram Kennedy (1805-85): lawyer, educationalist, land agent and member of parliament, 1-35. (1)

Stout, Matthew: Plans from plans: an analysis of the 1:2500 OS series as a source for ringfort morphology, 37-53. (2)

Gowen, Margaret: Excavation of two souterrain complexes at Marshes Upper, Dundalk, Co. Louth, 55-121. (3)

Ireland, Aideen: The finding of the 'Clonmacnoise' gold torcs, 123-146. (4)


PRIA Volume 93 (1993), Section C

Harbison, Peter: A high cross base from the Rock of Cashel and a historical reconsideration of the 'Ahenny group' of crosses, 1-20. (1)

Mount, Charles and Hartnett, P.J.: Early Bronze Age cemetery at Edmondstown, County Dublin, 21-79. (2)

Daly, Gerald: George Semple's charts of Dublin Bay, 1762, 81-105. (3)


PRIA Volume 94 (1994), Section C

Keeling, David and Keeley, Valerie: Excavation of a flint scatter on Paddy's Hill (Robswalls), Malahide, County Dublin, 1-23. (1)

Kelly, James: 'The glorious and immortal memory': commemoration and Protestant identity in Ireland 1660-1800, 25-52. (2)

Cahill, Mary: Mr Anthony's bog oak case of gold antiquities, 53-109. (3)

King, Heather A.: Irish memorial brasses to 1700, 111-140. (4)


PRIA Volume 95 (1995), Section C

Cleary, Rose M.: Later Bronze Age settlement and prehistoric burials, Lough Gur, Co. Limerick, 1-92. (1)

Parker, Ciarán: Paterfamilias and parentela: the le Poer lineage in fourteenth-century Waterford, 93-117. (2)

Mount, Charles: Excavations at Killanully, County Cork, 119-157. (3)

Berger, Rainer: Radiocarbon dating of early medieval Irish monuments, 159-174. (4)

Halpin, Andrew, and Buckley, Laureen: Archaeological excavations at the Dominican priory, Drogheda, Co. Louth, 175-253. (5)


PRIA Volume 96 (1996), Section C

Michelli, Perette E.: The Inscriptions on pre-Norman Irish reliquaries, 1-48. (1)

Ó Siochrú, Micheál: Foreign Involvement in the revolt of Silken Thomas, 1534-5, 49-66. (2)

King, Carla: The early development of agricultural co-operation: some French and Irish comparisons, 67-86. (3)

Cléirigh, Cormac Ó: The O'Connor Faly lordship of Offaly, 1395-1513, 87-102. (4)

Wokeck, Marianne S.: Irish Immigration to the Delaware valley before the American Revolution, 103-135. (5)

Woodman, P.C. & Johnson, G.: Excavations at Bay Farm 1, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, and the study of the ‘Larnian’ technology, 137-235. (6)

Stalley, Roger: Decorating the lavabo: late Romanesque sculpture from Mellifont Abbey, 237-264. (7)


PRIA Volume 97 (1997), Section C

Mount, Charles: Adolf Mahr's excavations of an Early Bronze Age cemetery at Keenoge, County Meath, 1-68. (1)

O'Sullivan, William: A finding list of Sir James Ware's manuscripts, 69-99. (2)

Mount, Charles: Early Bronze Age burial in south-east Ireland in the light of recent research, 101-193. (3)

Cooney, Gabriel: Excavation of the portal tomb site at Melkagh, Co. Longford, 195-244. (4)

Ní Mharcaigh, Máirín: The medieval parish churches of south-west county Dublin, 245-296. (5)


PRIA Volume 98 (1998), Section C

Picard Jean-Michel: Adomnán’s Vita Columbae and the cult of Colum Cille in Continental Europe, 1-23. (1)

Mount Charles: Five Early Bronze Age cemeteries at Brownstown, Graney West, Ploopluck and Oldtown, County Kildare, and Strawhall, County Carlow, 25-99. (2)

Jope E.M. & Ivens R.J.: The rath at Ballymacash, County Antrim, 10l-123. (3)

Ó Nualláin Seán: Excavation of the smaller court-tomb and associated hut sites at Ballyglass, County Mayo, 125-175. (4)

Coleman Michael C.: ‘Eyes big as bowls with fear and wonder’: children’s responses to the Irish national schools, 1850–1922, 177-202. (5)

Mc Carthy Daniel P.: The chronology of the Irish annals, 203-255. (6)


PRIA Volume 99 (1999), Section C

Dempsey, G.T.: Aldhelm of Malmesbury and the Irish, 1-22. (1)

Johnson, Ruth: Ballinderry crannóg no. 1: a reinterpretation, 23-71. (2)