E[dmund] C. R. Armstrong

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Life
?1879-?1933 [Edmund Clarence Richard]; author of numerous descriptive accounts of archaeological discoveries. Works
  • Stone Chalices, So Called (1907);
  • Scandinavian Objects Found at Island-Bridge and Kilmainham (1910);
  • with R. A. S. Macalister & Robert Lloyd , Report on the Exploration of Bronze-Age Carns on Carrowkeel Mountain, Co. Sligo (1912);
  • Irish Seal-matrices and Seals (Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1913), xii, 135pp., ill., [includes bibliographical references and index];
  • Some Matrices of Irish Seals (1913);
  • with Macalister & Praeger, On a Bronze-Age Interment with associated Standing-Stone and Earthen Ring Near Naas, Co. Kildare (1913);
  • Seals of Kildare Bishops and Dignitaries (Dublin: E. Ponsonby 1914), 364pp., ill.;
  • Find of Bronze Objects at Annesborough, Co. Armagh (1914);
  • with Macalister & Praeger, The Excavation of Lochpaire Crannog, near Tuam (1914);
  • Processional Cross, Pricket-candlestick, and Bell, Found together at Sheephouse, near Old-bridge, Co. Meath (Dublin: [n.pub.], 1915), 6pp. ill.;
  • The Domnach Airgid (1918);
  • The Early Iron Age, or Hallstatt Period in Ireland (Continued) (Dublin: [n.pub.] 1924), 127pp. ill. [from Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 54];
Catalogues
  • ed., Catalogue of the Silver and Ecclesiastical Antiquities in the Collection of the Royal Irish Academy by [...] Sir William Wilde (1915);
  • ed., Catalogue of Irish Gold Ornaments in the Collection of the Royal Irish Academy (Dublin: printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office by Browne & Nolan 1920), and Do. [2nd. edn.] (1932 [var. 1933]), 104pp., ill., maps.

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Notes
Patrick Power, author of Prehistoric Ireland: A Manual of Irish pre-Christian Archaeology (Dublin: Mellifont Press 1924), expresses gratitude to E. C. R. Armstrong for reading proofs and ‘for valued suggestions’. (See under Power, q.v.)

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