Synopses & Reviews
Accessible and detailed information on Celtic Ireland's sites, ruins, and sculpture
Taking the reader through the ring-forts and crannogs, the hill forts and early churches, the author points out the details and aspects of Irish Celtic heritage that can be easily missed, and which bring these monuments to life. Complete with maps, sketches, and illustrations, this is an accessible guide to a major part of the history of modern Ireland.
About the Author
Pat Dargan is an architect and planner. He lectures in physical planning and design in the Dublin Institute of Technology. He has made a special study of Irish towns, villages and their architecture and has published extensively on the subject.