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(handwritten on back of image): Galway: St. Nicholas: detail of Christ, crowned and showing his wounds, from Joyce tomb niche (enfeu) in S. transept (multiple images on file)

Our Lady of Dublin: Carved from Irish oak, this Virgin and Child group dates from the fifteenth century and has been attributed to Durer. Originally it was in St. Mary's Abbey and when the Abbey was suppressed and plundered in 1540 the back of the statue received some burns. It was saved and concealed from further damage by being buried head…

19th century Creagh tomb, incorporating panels from the MacMahon tomb (originally erectd by More Ni Brien around 1470 as a resting place for her husband and for the MacMahon family) and from another tomb

Tomb against N. wall of choir, W. end; figure of an archbishop from MacMahon tomb and scene of the betrayal of Christ (stamp on back from The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No BW 36C) (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Ennis (stamp from The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No BW 37C)

(handwritten on back of image): Dublin: The "Cathach" (shrine of St. Columba's Psalter)

(handwritten on back of image): Strade, Co. Mayo: Dominican friary: Tomb in N. wall of chancel: Detail, tomb-front: Christ, King and Judge; Christ displaying his five wounds.

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