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" Its diminutive size approximates it to the "incense-cup" type ; and that it was a mortuary vessel appears from the circumstance that it contained bones, which are described as being those "of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger... "
Compte rendu de la ... session - Pagina 386
1869
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A descriptive catalogue of the antiquities ... in the ..., Volume 1,Parte 1

Royal Irish Academy. Museum, William Robert Wilde - 1857
...Carlow; and contained portions of the burned bones of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments...they may have been the remains of mother and child.* Some years ago the opinion, not merely of the public at large, but of a few professing antiquaries,...
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The Irish Metropolitan Magazine. ..., Volume 3

1858
...Carlow ; and contained portions of the burned bones of an infant, or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments...they may have been the remains of mother and child." The difficulty of assigning an accurate epoch to those articles recalls the observations of Sir Thomas...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities of Stone, Earthen, and ..., Volume 2

William Robert Wilde - 1861
...Carlow; and contained portions of the burned bones of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments...they may have been the remains of mother and child.* Some years ago the opinion, not merely of the public at large, but of a few professing antiquaries,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 213

1862
...Carlow; and contained portions of the burned bones of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments of adult human bones: possibly they may ha\e been the remains of mother and child." The collection of sepulchral urns in the Museum is, as...
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Report & Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of ...

Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art - 1868
...contained bones, which are described as being those "of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments...was afterwards accidentally recovered from among the debi-is. These little cups are usually found associated with or enclosed within larger sepulchral vessels...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the ..., Volume 1

William Robert Wilde, Royal Irish Academy. Museum - 1863 - 642 pagine
...Carlow; and contained portions of the burned bones of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments...they may have been the remains of mother and child.* Some years ago the opinion, not merely of the public at large, but of a few professing antiquaries,...
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International Congress of Prehistoric Archćology: Transactions of the Third ...

1869 - 419 pagine
...have been devoted exclusively to human remains. Of the few instances in which these ' incense-crips ' have been discovered containing bones, in each case...was afterwards accidentally recovered from among the débris. These little cups are usually found associated with, or enclosed within, larger sepulchral...
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Wakeman's Handbook of Irish Antiquities

William Frederick Wakeman, John Cooke (M.A.) - 1903 - 414 pagine
...Bagenalstown in 1847, which contained the burnt bones of an infant or very young child. ' It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments of adult human bones.' The smaller urn, when reversed, ' presents,' says Wilde, ' both in shape and ornamentation all the...
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Report and Transactions, Volume 2

Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art - 1867
...contained bones, which are described as being those " of an infant or very young child. It was embedded in a much larger and ruder urn, filled with fragments...they may have been the remains of mother and child, "t I have already mentioned that this incense-cup was thrown out by the workmen from the trench in...
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