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Ireland Day 2: Touring Dublin

(This is part of a series of posts recapping my family’s trip to Ireland in 2012; all posts have been lifted from my travel journal.) 1,198 more words


New in Theaters: 'Song of the Sea'

Song of the Sea is the newest dream-woven piece of Irish animation from Tomm Moore, director of the uncommonly beautiful Book of Kells. It opens in limited release this Friday. 129 more words

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The Book of Kells, Chi-Rho or Incarnation page

The year was AD 410, and the Roman lighthouses, or pharos, along Britain’s Channel coast went dark. The legionnaires who had for 300 years trudged up the stone stairways to keep great bonfires lit were abandoning Britain. 1,582 more words

Book of Kells - Iona (#210)

Book of Kells – Iona

New age floaty vaginary with added Christian connotations. Presumably to stop people descending into debauched pagan wizardry. Or taking up tofu wrestling. 71 more words

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The Elgin Marbles & Nathan Drake

If you’ve been watching the news recently, you may have spotted a particular story about some ancient Greek pieces of art that is doing the rounds. 1,277 more words

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Song of the Sea Trailer

If you haven’t seen The Secret of Kells, you’re missing out. The art is stunning, inspired by some of the most incredible artwork in human history – the Book of Kells. 201 more words

Book of Kells

The Book of Kells is one of the most highly preserved and celebrated Irish medieval illuminated manuscript gospel book in Latin. Its delicate and intricate details give it a distinguished look among other manuscripts of its time. 360 more words

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