National Museum of Ireland

I spent most of the late morning and afternoon at the National Museum of Ireland, specifically the archeological building. The two-storey building is well laid out and displays most of Ireland’s treasures, including the Tara Brooch

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Chalices, gold torcs, and many other items.

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A carved stone from Loughcrew (where my Tuatha Dragon Clan resides).

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The Neolithic mace head found at Knowth

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And a cool, line-carved floor or wall tile.

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I’m getting ready for my week-long trip to Scotland starting tomorrow. Two weeks has flown by. One more night at an Irish pub. Ireland has once again given me great pleasure and a sense of coming home. Slainte.

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July 23, 2014 · 9:10 am

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