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The Killamery Brooch: Its Stamped Ornament and Inscription

Niamh Whitfield and Elisabeth Okasha
The Journal of Irish Archaeology
Vol. 6 (1991/1992), pp. 55-60
Published by: Wordwell Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30001606
Page Count: 6
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Abstract

In Part I of what follows Niamh Whitfield discusses Viking-style stamped ornament on the pin of the Killamery brooch and suggests that it is primary and part of the original design. In Part II Elisabeth Okasha re-examines the inscription on the back and suggests that it is secondary.

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