Skellig really is a magical place.
All of this growth and the desire of the group to continue sharing research interests has led to the idea of a history of the Irish in South Australia.
the current work coming from South Australia is a bright new stage in Irish Studies’.
The objects presented here give a sense of peering through chinks in remote historical time, gaining privileged glimpses of a little known world.
The textual lore this book on Archaeology draws on is not only saga and epic, but also place-lore, and interestingly, hagiography.