The Heritage of Ireland
Colin Rynne, Neil Buttimer, Helen Guerin
Collins Press, 2000 - History - 713 pages
This book presents for the first time a unique body of knowledge which defines and describes Ireland's heritage. Over 70 leading professionals have contributed. Presented in three parts - Natural, Man-made and Cultural Heritage, Conservation and Interpretation and Administration and Business of Heritage.
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Natural and ManMade Heritage
The Archaeological Landscape
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