Death Customs in Rural Ireland

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Death Customs in Rural Ireland
Traditional Funerary Rites in the Irish Midlands.
Anne Ridge
ISBN: 9781903631768
Arlen House 2009
158 lth.
Written in English
Is é atá sa leabhar seo ná cur síos le scéalta ón mbéaloideas ar ghnásanna a bhaineann le searmanais báis agus sochraide a thugann an duine ón saol aitheanta go dtí an saol anaithnid.
Tá an leabhar tógtha den gcuid is mó ó bhéaloideas a bhailigh James Delaney sna blianta idir 1950 agus 1980, bailitheoir lán aimsire ó cheantar na lártíre go mór mhór contaetha Longfoirt, Iarmhí, agus Uí Fhaille agus na contaetha timpeall orthu siad san Gaillimh, Liatroim, Maigh Eo, agus Sligeach

Ceremonial death is the focus of a major rite of passage, leading the individual from the world of the known to that of the unknown. This book describes funerary traditions and superstitions in the midlands, in particular in counties Roscommon, Longford, Westmeath,  and Offaly and also in adjoining areas of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo. Folklore collected by James Delaney, a fulltime collector in the midlands, from the 1950s to 1980s, is the primary source.

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Death Customs in Rural Ireland
Traditional Funerary Rites in the Irish Midlands.
Anne Ridge
ISBN: 9781903631768
Arlen House 2009
158 lth.
Written in English
Is é atá sa leabhar seo ná cur síos le scéalta ón mbéaloideas ar ghnásanna a bhaineann le searmanais báis agus sochraide a thugann an duine ón saol aitheanta go dtí an saol anaithnid.
Tá an leabhar tógtha den gcuid is mó ó bhéaloideas a bhailigh James Delaney sna blianta idir 1950 agus 1980, bailitheoir lán aimsire ó cheantar na lártíre go mór mhór contaetha Longfoirt, Iarmhí, agus Uí Fhaille agus na contaetha timpeall orthu siad san Gaillimh, Liatroim, Maigh Eo, agus Sligeach

Ceremonial death is the focus of a major rite of passage, leading the individual from the world of the known to that of the unknown. This book describes funerary traditions and superstitions in the midlands, in particular in counties Roscommon, Longford, Westmeath,  and Offaly and also in adjoining areas of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo. Folklore collected by James Delaney, a fulltime collector in the midlands, from the 1950s to 1980s, is the primary source.

Weight 237 g

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