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11. Circular bronze disc; very thin ; about 1: inches in diameter; of beautiful workmanship one of half-adozei. now in National Museum, all resembling each other, but differing in details. ) See : below, p. 23, top. main source of information. They consist of antiquarian objects of various kinds, found underground from time to and of numerous time, and now preserved in museums ; monuments and ruins of buildings scattered over the face These, so far as they go, and so far as we of the country. are able to ascertain their uses, give us perhaps the most CHAP.
P. all 408), with crowds of students may and the vast assemblages at the described in Vol. pp. , the chariots and horse alone extended along a distance of six miles. , p. D. 656-664) the people grew so numerous that for the first time the use of fences became general. C. , Ireland should have been behindhand in this respect at that time and subsequently. Besides all that has been said, there is another most important observation to be made. It seems inconceivable that such a complete, close, and symmetrical network of laws and institutions as will be found described in the fol- lowing pages, embracing every member of the community, from the highest to the lowest, could have grown up and * Boate, Nat.
Strabo I make little use of the writings of these authors, there is no need to notice them further here. Sometimes, however, passages in the works of foreign writers, when they had opportunities of coming at facts, and leave records of what they knew, afford valuable corroboration of Irish records, of which Bede's account of the students from Britain residing in Ireland, and Ethicus's mention oi * A brief but useful collection of Greek and Roman writers' stories about Ireland, compiled by John O'Donovan, will be found in the Ulst.