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New Aspects and Problems in Irish Archæology*

Nature volume 141, pages 10411043 (11 June 1938) | Download Citation



THE acquisitions of new archæological material by the National Museum of Ireland now represent a yearly increase forty times larger than that of ten years ago. The old-established collection of Irish antiquities contains an unusually high percentage of unlocalized or ill-localized specimens ; but the National Museum is now building up a second collection, each object accurately located, which at least in numerical strength compares with the old one and will serve as a basis for distributional studies.

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