The wonderful imaginings of printer Julian Notary (active 1496-1520)
Apart from the Latin title Lucerna Fidelium–Lochrann na gCreidmheach (1676) is written entirely in early modern Irish.
Trouble in pre-famine Ireland and the vestrymen of Moyaliffe
Murder and misadventure in the Middle Ages: a 13th century legal resource preserved by a 19th century bookbinder
The ledger of limerick architect James Pain, the man enlisted in 1832 to design Adare Manor
The Glin Castle Cellar Book highlights the grandeur of life at Glin Castle in the 1930s & 1940s
A snapshot of the 1920’a found in the scrapbook of Jess Armstrong
Guest post on the sketches and photographs found in the Dromore Castle Scrapbook
Guest post by MA student Nathan Durand on the diary of Henry William Massy (1816–1895)
Pat Armstrong gives us a first-hand account of what life was like for one Irish soldier in the First World War through his letters home to his mother.
Panels and geometrics adorn a condemned tome
This seventeenth-century commonplace book is a deeply interesting and occasionally amusing insight into Colonel Edmund Pery (1758–1844)