• €35.00 includes €5 shipping price Lough Gur is one of the richest landscapes of field monuments in Ireland and the lake and hinterland have been the focus of archaeological research including excavation and survey over the past 150 years. Many portable antiquities have been recovered from the lake and the surrounding countryside. The information gleaned from the results of excavations, surveys and from the finds is gathered together here to present a synthesis of the archaeology of Lough Gur. The archaeology of Lough Gur is set within the context of archaeological research in Ireland over the past 70 years and where possible a chronology and interpretation of sites is presented.
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    The Farm by Lough Gur

    The Farm by Lough Gur was first published in London in 1937 and quickly reprinted. It was well received in England and a best-seller in Dublin. Set in rural Ireland in the 19th-century, this is the true story of a family that lived on a farm by Lough Gur in County Limerick, a world in itself. The master with his men, the mistress with her maids, all worked in happy unity. The four little girls, growing up in this contented atmosphere, dreamed of saints and fairies. Their real and their dream world fused into an idyllic background for growing, learning and loving.


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