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Sailboat prayer tokens and Arthur graves at the Ennis Friary

The EnnisĀ Friary in Co. Clare, Ireland was founded for the Franciscans around 1284 by the O’Brien family. It’s had an interesting history, remaining active under O’Brien protection until at least 1570. 247 more words

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Grave Notes: A call for contributions

Grave Notes offers an exciting new forum for the exchange of ideas about eighteenth- and nineteenth-century graveyard cultures, and is open to postgraduate, academic, and independent researchers, especially those working in Literature, Cultural Studies, History, Art History, Media Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Religious Studies. 225 more words

Call For Papers

The Music Died

Jim Morrison, lead singer of The Doors, died 44 years ago on 3 July 1971. Last time we were in Paris, we called in to Pere Lachaise cemetery to pay our respects.


Risca Old Cemetery

Well the last few months I have been working on plays at the Dolman pretty much back to back and when taking photos mostly shooting film. 16 more words


Paying my respects - Tracey's postcard from Dorset

Why I went…

I was fortunate enough to attend the birthday celebration weekend for Thomas Hardy’s 175th birthday in Dorchester recently, organized by The Thomas Hardy Society. 262 more words

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Take an Assassination Vacation!

With summer in full swing, now is the time to get out there and take a vacation. Whether it be a lengthy week long trip to a city or shore far distant, or a day’s drive to a “not so nearby” locale, there’s nothing like the thrill of going somewhere new. 461 more words

Cephalopod, Horrendous Disfigurement, Graves, Deadset

Cephalopod, Horrendous Disfigurement, Graves, Deadset at The Royal Hotela nd Bar on te 14th August 2015.